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Case File 237UFMD

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Left: Reconstruction of Victim by Wesley Neville

Unidentified White Female


Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 16-25 years old
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'1"-5'3"; 110-120 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown, shoulder length hair. Slightly larger than petite, but not quite medium build.
  • Clothing: Blue denim shorts, size 11; "Cap Ferrat"; a black tank top and no shoes or undergarments.
  • Jewelry: An "Advance Digitial" watch, silver colored with a gold face. An "Avon" sterling silver ring, with a diamond-like stone on right middle finger; a base metal ring in floral design, with four stones missing, size 7 1/4; a silver alloy bangle wristband; a "Trifari" gold-plated wristband on left wrist; a 19-inch herringbone necklace and a pink rope, ankle bracelet.
  • Fingerprints: Not available
  • Dentals: Available. Protruding and reversed front tooth on upper left side. (upper central incisor). Tooth 7, 8, 9, post mortem missing.
  • DNA: Available.


Case History

A state highway administration worker cutting weeds found the victim at the bottom of an embankment.
The victim was on the southbound side of I-270, down the Baker Hill Road embankment.  It is not believed she was killed at this site.

In 1995, authorities looked into a truck driver from North Carolina about this killing. He had been arrested for killing an Ohio woman, whose body was found in Kingsport, Tennessee, and was suspected of killing as many as seven women and dumping their bodies on the side of highways.
A search of his house found women's shoes and undergarments. The victim was found without shoes or undergarments.


Investigators
If you have any information about this case please contact:
Sgt. Tina Becker
Maryland State Police
410-386-3029

You may remain anonymous when submitting information.

Agency Case Number:
USMDw5114616
ME: 91-04413

NCIC Number:
U-507807152

Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Source Information:
NCMEC
NamUs


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