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Case File 459UFFL


Reconstruction of Victim by Samantha Steinberg & Jorge Molina of The Miami-Dade Police Department

Unidentified White or Hispanic Female

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 55-65 years old
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 55; 100 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: 8 inch dyed red / auburn, wavy hair; unknown eye color, possibly brown. No tattoos. Ribs 6 and 7 have old fractures in the mid-axillary line represented by callus formation. Rose color nail polish was on her toes.
  • Clothing: Black bra with lacy upper cups, size 34C, 100% polyester, made in China, white ladies panties, (size 10), made by "Jolie Intimates." They are 100% cotton, make in turkey (RN#94494). And white, ankle length socks with pink toes and heels.
  • Dentals: Available. Dental examination reveal the following teeth missing for an extended period of time: #1, #16 ,#17, #18, #19, #30, #31 and #32. #13 through 15 in the upper jaw and #20 through #29 are without decay or restorations. #2 second molar shows extensive decay and remnants of a root from the third molar which more likely than not decayed away with the crown disintegrating.

Case History
The victim was located in a Canal at the 4200 block of Indian Creek.
A boater found a black duffel bag floating in Indian Creek. Two metal wires such as that found in a coat hanger encircle the handles.
Inside of the bag was a decomposing white female. The head, neck and shoulder area were covered by two black, garbage bags. The lower extremities and hip area were covered by two black, plastic, garbage bags. The body was in a fetal position and two strips of duct tape was over her face.

The duffel bag is black polymer made by National Tourister which is embroidered on the side.

Additional Forensic Image by Samantha Steinberg & Jorge Molina of The Miami-Dade Police Department

If you have any information about this case please contact:
Miami Beach Police Department
Detective Morgalo
305-673-7776, extension 5675

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Agency Case Number: 04-00201

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Source Information:
Miami Beach Police Department

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