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802UFNH - Unidentified Female

802UFNH ALT TXT ALT TXT Suspect Age regressed
Artistic renderings of the victim; images of the suspect (and this victim's father) in the case throughout his years in prison; age regression of suspect.

Date of Discovery: May 9, 2000
Location of Discovery: Allenstown, Merrimack County, New Hampshire
Estimated Date of Death: 1978 to 1984
State of Remains: Not recognizable - Near complete or complete skeleton
Cause of Death: Homicide

Physical Description

Estimated Age: 2-4 years old
Race: White with possible Native American ancestry.
Gender: Female
Height: 3'3" to 3'9"
Weight: Unknown
Hair Color: Light brown, slightly wavy, and approximately 5 inches long.
Eye Color: Unknown
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Possibly anemic.

Identifiers

Dentals: Available. She had an overbite that might have been noticeable to others.
Fingerprints: Not Available
DNA: Available

Clothing & Personal Items

Clothing: Unknown
Jewelry: Unknown
Additional Personal Items: Unknown

Circumstances of Discovery

On May 9, 2000, the child's skeletal remains, along with the remains of another female child, 801UFNH, was found in a 55-gallon drum off a wooded trail off Everwood Drive adjacent to Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown, New Hampshire.

Fifteen years earlier, on November 10, 1985, a hunter discovered the skeletal remains of an adult female, 799UFNH, and a female child, 800UFNH, in an overturned 55-gallon metal drum approximately 100 yards from the 2000 discovery.

DNA testing confirmed that the other three victims are maternally related. is child is related. Advanced forensic testing reveals that this child did not grow up in the same geographic area as other three victims. She likely was born and spent the majority of her childhood in a more northern and inland location such as northern New Hampshire and Vermont, upstate New York and as far west as Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.

It was announced in late 2016 that this child, who is unrelated to the three others, was identified as the daughter of a convicted killer who remains unidentified, known as Robert or Bob Evans and several other aliases. Evans died in 2010 and is believed to be responsible for the murders of these four victims, along with his former girlfriend, Denise Beaudin (excluded as a possible identity of the adult victim), who disappeared in late 1981. Evans had taken Beaudin's daughter to San Bernardino County, California and later abandoned her there. Although alive, she was not identified until 2016.

Investigating Agency(s)

Agency Name: National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Agency Contact Person: N/A
Agency Phone Number: 1-800-843-5678 OR 1-800-THE-LOST
Agency E-Mail: [email protected]
Agency Case Number: 1100662

Agency Name: New Hampshire State Police
Agency Contact Person: N/A
Agency Phone Number: 603-223-3856
Agency E-Mail: [email protected]
Agency Case Number: Unknown

Agency Name: Manchester, New Hampshire Police Department
Agency Contact Person: N/A
Agency Phone Number: 603-271-1235
Agency E-Mail: [email protected]
Agency Case Number: Unknown

Agency Name: New Hampshire State Medical Examiner's Office
Agency Contact Person: Kim Fallon
Agency Phone Number: 603-271-1235
Agency E-Mail: Kim.Fallon(at)hotmail.com
Agency Case Number: 85-1050

NCIC Case Number: U600019598
NamUs Case Number: 2175
NCMEC Case Number: 1100662

Information Source(s)

Namus
NCMEC
Wikipedia

Admin Notes

Added: 7/26/13; Last Updated: 5/31/17


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