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The Doe Network:
Case File 277UFFL

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Reconstructions of Victim

Unidentified Caucasian Female

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 30 - 40 years old
  • Approximate Height and Weight: Average height and weight.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: White or white/black admixture. Bones recovered at the scene showed signs of arthritic lipping, indicating that the victim may have suffered from back problems. Also, there is a well-healed break in the left nasal region.
  • Dentals: Porcelain over metal crown on right upper front tooth. Occlusal amalgum filling in first lower left molar.
  • Clothing: N/A

Case History
On March 19, 1999 in Middleburg, Clay County, Florida, a county worker found the partial skeletal remains of an adult subject in a ravine just north of a county burrow pit at the dead end of Masters Road. The pit is approximately one mile south of County Road 218 West. Only a skull and 39 additional bones were located. The skull has two bullet holes in it indicating that the decedent was the victim of a homicide. Originally, the remains were thought to be those of an adult white male, however, later D.N.A. testing revealed that the remains were those of an adult white or white/black admixture female.

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Clay County Sheriff's Office
Detective Wayne McKinney

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Source Information:
Clay County Sheriff's Office

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