Jane Doe Case May 3, 1992

Sep 13, 2021 | Uncategorized

 On May 3, 1992 the remains of an unidentified female were found in Lebanon, #Boone County, Indiana. Her body was found at the bottom of a hill off State Route 47 leading onto the northbound ramp of Interstate 65. It’s estimated she had been deceased under a week.

The female is described to be Caucasian, 17-22 years old. She stood approximately 5’6” tall and weighed around 130 pounds. She had very short reddish-brown hair. The female had multiple tattoos. One #tattoo on her upper right arm spelled “MOM” and another of a cross on her right hand. She also had two tattoos on her right breast, one being the word “LOVE” and the other was a cross with two hearts. At the time of her death no dental restorations were observed but she did have sealants on some of her back molars.

The image displayed is a facial reconstruction created by a# NCMEC forensic artist and depicts what the female may have looked like in life. 

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