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The Doe Network:
Case File 334UFIL

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Sketch of Victim.

Unidentified African-American Female.

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 24 - 30 years old
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'1" - 5'6" (5'3" is most accurate); 105 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: N/A
  • Dentals: N/A
  • Clothing: A pair of gray colored Second Skins brand shorts (size: medium) with rhinestones and a red and white colored check flannel-style Tommy Hilfiger button down man's style shirt (size: XL, a man's style "gold" nugget style ring with two glass stones that originally held four stones in the setting. It was determined to be costume jewelry and is a size 7 1/4. Also found were two bracelets. The one bracelet is a metal hoop, approximately 3 inches in diameter, smooth on one side with a channel on the other side. A ring of black onyx beads on elastic string fits into the channel bracelet. The second bracelet is a combination of three separate bracelets. The second bracelet has numerous plastic beads (yellow, green, black, mauve, and brown) strung with thin elastic string that could be stretched. The three separate bracelets were gathered by a single, oval shaped metallic ring with a small hole at one end that appeared to be for the purpose of hanging a charm.

Case History
The skeletal remains of this victim were originally discovered by Illinois Department of Transportation workers near the Silver Creek overpass in Collinsville, rural Madison County, Illinois on March 11, 2002.

Bracelet Shirt ring
Top Left: Victim's Bracelet; Center: Victim's Shirt; Right: Victim's Ring.
Bottom: Victim's Bracelet.

Agency Case Number: N/A

NCIC Number: N/A
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

If you have any information about this case please contact:
Illinois State Police

You may remain anonymous when submitting information.

Source Information:
Illinois State Police

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