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The Doe Network:
Case File 278UFCA

Reconstruction of Victim

Unidentified Caucasian or Hispanic Female

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 17 - 22 years old. (Born between 1970 and 1981)
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'1" - 5'4"
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Based on an anthropologist's examination of the skull, authorities believe the victim was white, perhaps Latino, but they are not certain. Slender build. Dark brown hair.
  • Dentals: N/A
  • Clothing: Her clothing was a blue and white horizontal-striped T-shirt made by Laffel USA, dark blue jeans made by Cyclone and a size 6 1/2 pink and black L.A. Gear tennis shoes. Cyclone is a brand of jeans sold in Mexico as well. She wore two gold-colored rings on her left hand, one a heart and the other is a crucifix, and a gold-colored cross on a necklace. The jewelry appears to be hand-made and not manufactured similar to some jewelry that might be made in Mexico. She also wore red painted acrylic nails and green socks.
  • Other: She may have been from Mexico.

Clothes Shoe
Victim's Clothes

Case History
Her remains were not discovered until Valentine's Day of 2000, after the skull was dug up by animals. When she was found in 2000, she had been buried two to eight years and disappeared between 1992 and 1998. The victim has been nick-named "Center Valley Jane Doe".

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San Diego Sheriff's Office

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Source Information:
The San Diego Union Tribune
San Diego Sheriff's Office

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