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MURDER VICTIM GROVEPORT, OHIO
APRIL 7, 2002
Facial reconstructive drawings
Victim - Jane Doe
35- to 55-years old
4'11" to 5'3"
Regarding the reconstructive drawings, generic hairstyles were
created based on the victim's age and race. The female also had
discolored teeth, which were noticeable when speaking or smiling.
THE DETAILS SURROUNDING
Information is being sought regarding the identity of an unknown
female who was found in a wooded area in Groveport, Ohio, on
April, 7, 2002. The victim's remains, which were partially covered
by soil and leaves, were found fifty yards from a creek. The
only clothing found was a bra, strips of green fabric and elastic
that resembled fragmented underwear, and a black cloth shoe.
It is believed that the woman was a homicide victim, although
the cause of death has yet to be determined.