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Case File 252UFNJ

Reconstruction of Victim

Unidentified Biracial Female

Vital Statistics

Case History
The skeletal remains of a dismembered body were found on June 24, 1980.
The victim was dumped in a State Park, located in North New Jersey within five (5) miles of Route 84 (East to West). The bones lay in the woods, only 300 feet from Route 23 in Montague, near the Wantage border. The skeleton had been scattered by animals digging in and around five plastic garbage bags.
The bones included arms, legs and a skull. But they had been severed from the rest of the body with a saw. The torso was never found.
A state forensic anthropologist analyzed the bones and determined the person was a female Caucasian, most likely Hispanic.
She is a possible homicide victim.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Sussex County Sheriff's Office
New Jersey State Police
Donna Fontana
609-584-5051 x 5656

Agency Case Number:
H208028; A-80-59

NCIC Number:

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

Source Information:
The New Jersey State Police
The New Jersey Herald

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