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404UFOR - Unidentified Female

Reconstruction by NCMEC Artistic Rendering by Carl Koppelman 3-D reapproximation Profile approximation Sketch Drawing by Websleuth Skully Shoes Enhanced image of shoes Coat Enhanced image of coat Mother of Pearl Ring Mother of Pearl Ring back Ehanced image of ring Friendship Ring Friendship Ring - inside Knife
Left to right: Reconstruction by NCMEC; Artistic rendering by Carl Koppelman; Forensic reconstruction and sketch of the victim by Joyce Nagy; Victim's clothing and jewelry; Knife located near the body

Date of Discovery: August 19, 1971
Location of Discovery: Cave Junction, Josephine County, Oregon
Estimated Date of Death: 1970 to 1971
State of Remains: Not recognizable - Near complete or complete skeleton
Cause of Death: Unknown

Physical Description

Estimated Age: 14-25 years old
Race: White
Gender: Female
Height: 5'2 to 5'9", Measured
Weight: 125 lbs., Estimated
Hair Color: Red or auburn, long with dyed blonde streaks.
Eye Color: Unknown or Missing
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Unknown


Dentals: Available. She had crooked teeth, slightly buck toothed with four fillings in her molars. Dental age based on third molar development is 14-22.
Fingerprints: Not Available
DNA: Available. mtDNA and nucDNA available at UNT (ref #06-4820).

Clothing & Personal Items

Clothing: Checkered pink and beige double-breasted waist-length belted coat with six pink 7/8" buttons, tan or beige long-sleeved turtleneck shirt with a zipper in the back, white Lovable bra (size 34B), blue Wrangler jeans (size 13-14 misses slim), purple/blue/white striped panties, and brown Primstyle imitation leather square-toed shoes with medium height heavy heels with straps and gold buckles.
Jewelry: Two rings: Ring with mother-of-pearl stone and braided silver band (the letters "AL" were scratched into the face of the white stone); silver "friendship" band with diagonal decorative chevron-like scoring along the band bearing a stamp "M-H" (size 6 1/2).
Additional Personal Items: The only items found in the woman's pockets were 38 cents (oldest coin being from 1970) and a map of Northern California recreational sites.

Circumstances of Discovery

A man and his son discovered the victim's skeletal remains in a wooded area just off Redwood Highway near Mile Post 35 near the Oregon - California border. The body was located in an area described as a dump and had been partially covered with debris. A hunting knife with deer blood on it was found near her body.

She is known to investigators as "Annie Doe."

Investigating Agency(s)

Agency Name: Josephine County Sheriff's Office
Agency Contact Person: Veronica Vance
Agency Phone Number: 541-474-5128
Agency E-Mail: nici.vance(at)
Agency Case Number: 71-940

NCIC Case Number: U210019267
NamUs Case Number: 10929
NCMEC Case Number: 1261134

Information Source(s)

Antique Jewelry Investor
Josephine County Sheriff's Office
The World Link News Archive News Archive

Admin Notes

Added: Prior to 2011; Last Updated: 9/7/17

Questions or comments? Please contact appropriate member of the Area Team

** Listed information may be estimated.

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