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Case File 74UFTX

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Sketches of Victim

Unidentified White Female

  • Located on September 25, 1989 in Williamson County, Texas.
  • The victim was deceased for one to two weeks prior to discovery.
  • Cause of Death: Multiple gunshots

      Vital Statistics

      • Estimated age: 20 - 30 years old
      • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'1 - 5'2"; 110 - 120 lbs.
      • Distinguishing Characteristics: She had straight, light brown hair. Her eye color is undetermined. Petite build. Her right ear was pierced three times and her left ear was pierced twice. She had an appendectomy scar on her abdomen.
      • Dentals: Dental charts and fingerprints are available.
      • Clothing: She was wearing black knit pants along with the white t-shirt seen below; Cinco De Corona was imprinted on the front and the bottom edges and sleeves of the shirt were cut into strips. She also wore a half t-shirt bra top underneath the t-shirt. The shirt features American Legends and an imprinted Native American logo. She wore bikini panties and no shoes. She also wore an earring and a beaded necklace.

      Shirt worn by victim

      Shirt 2
      Logo on undershirt worn by victim

      Case History
      On September 25, 1989 the victim was found in brush besides Interstate 35 in North Williamson County, Texas.

      If you have any information concerning this woman's identity, please contact:
      Texas Department Of Public Safety
      Williamson County Crime Stoppers

      All information may be submitted anonymously.

      NCIC Number:

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

      Source Information: Texas Department Of Public Safety
      Austin American-Statesman
      Williamson County Crime Stoppers

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