The Doe Network:
Case File 507UFNM

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Reconstruction by Forensic Artist, Detective Mary Brazas

Unidentified White Female


Vital Statistics

111
1
Earrings and Beaded Anklet Found with Remains


Case History
The victim was located on July 31, 1999 in a shallow grave, .25 miles north of exit 8 of I-40, west of Gallup, New Mexico.

Three blue, first-place ribbons, originating at the Stoddard County, Missouri County Fair and presented by the Association of Retarded Citizens (ARC) in Stoddard County, were also found with the remains. The fair is held during September each year.

Evidence of a blunt force trauma prior to death, that broke bones in her rib cage and sternum. Toxicology showed no presence of drugs or alcohol.


Investigators
If you have any information about this case please contact:
NM Office of the Medical Investigator
Peter Loomis
505-271-2381
Email
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NM Office of the Medical Investigator
Investigator Terry Coker
505-272-3053
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FBI - Albuquerque
Special Agent Diana Parker
505-889-1542
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Dexter (Missouri) Police Department
Detective Trevor Pulley
573-625-8914

You may remain anonymous when submitting information.

NM OMI Case Number:
1999-03729

Source Information:
NamUs


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