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Case File 9UFNY

Case File 9UFNY Composite
Composite of victim

Unidentified White Female
Possibly White/Black Mixed

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 35 - 54 years old
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'4; 150 - 165 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Short blonde, naturally brown hair. Eyes may have been brown. She had a medium to heavy build. She had scoliosis of the spine and a touch of arthritis in her lower back. This had not been operated on. She also showed signs of osteomahard palate, a mouth tumor. Her fingernails were neatly manicured and painted with pink metallic polish. She had carried a pregnancy to near term, possibly within two years of her death. Toxicology reports found no drugs in her system. Her overall health while alive is unknown.
  • Dentals: Extensive dental work had been done gold fillings that probably were done at a dental college or in a foreign country. Her wisdom teeth had been removed. A malformation of the hard palate may have affected her speech slightly.
  • Clothing: She was discovered wearing only panties, size 8, and a bra, size 38. No jewelry or identifying objects were found near the partially clad body.

Case History
The victim was found near the intersection of Lucas Avenue and Route 209 on September 23, 1985. A man, working on his car in the parking lot of a nearby warehouse, had taken a walk at twilight and found her remains tucked deeply into a thicket. She had lain there most likely since June of that year, judging from the condition of two saplings that had cradled her body. Wild strawberry plants obscured a clear view of her.

If you have any information on the identity of this woman or the circumstances of her death, please contact:
New York State Police
Troop F, Bureau of Criminal Investigation Ellenville, New York

NCIC Number:
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Source Information: New York State Police
The Times Herald-Record

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