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427UFWA - Unidentified Female

Reconstructions of the victim by NCMEC.

Date of Discovery: February 24, 1980
Location of Discovery: Amboy, Clark County, Washington
Estimated Date of Death: 1-2 years prior
State of Remains: Partial skeletal
Cause of Death: Homicide

Physical Description

Estimated Age: 13-18 years old
Race: Unknown. Victim had Native American and Hispanic traits.
Gender: Female
Height: Unknown
Weight: Unknown
Hair Color: Unknown
Eye Color: Unknown
Distinguishing Marks/Features: She had enlarged neck muscles, indicating she was an athlete or laborer.


Dentals: Available
Fingerprints: Not available
DNA: Available

Clothing & Personal Items

Clothing: None.
Jewelry: None.
Additional Personal Items: None.

Circumstances of Discovery

The victim was located in February 1980 in a wooded area of Clark County. A father and son were mining for gold along Fly Creek, just south of Healy Road, when they stumbled across the partial remains. At the time, detectives combed the area and investigated all the missing persons cases, but came up empty.

In 2005, speculation arose that she may have been Jamie Grissim, who vanished in 1971. Some of Grissim's personal items were found near the area where the remains were found. DNA results indicated they were not the same person.

Investigating Agency(s)

Agency Name: Clark County Office of the Medical Examiner
Agency Contact Person: Nikki Costa
Agency Phone Number: 360-397-2595
Agency E-Mail: [email protected]
Agency Case Number: 1980-0150

NCIC Case Number: U161320188
NamUs Case Number: 10799
NCMEC Case Number: 1105074

Information Source(s)

Clark County Medical Examiner
Jamie Grissim website

Admin Notes

Added: Prior to 2013; Last Updated: 12/20/16

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

** Listed information may be estimated.

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