New Rendering of Jane Doe from Cold Case


by Michele McCormack

RACINE---A new rendering of a Jane Doe found in Racine 13 years ago, may finally heat up the cold case.

The forensics rendering suggests what she may have looked like, though it's not an exact depiction.

The Center for Missing and Exploited Children sent the image and a news release to CBS 58 Tuesday afternoon in hopes of finally giving the girl a name.

The girl's body was found on July 21, 1999 in Racine. She was located along 92nd Street in a cornfield. It is estimated that she died within 24 hours of being found.

She is approximately 18 to 30 years old, around 5’08” tall and weighed about 120 pounds. She had reddish brown, collar length curly hair that had highlights. Both of her ears were pierced twice. Her teeth were not in good condition suggesting she may have received little to no dental care.

She was found wearing a grey or silver country Western shirt embroidered with red flowers on the front.

Anyone with information about the girl is asked to call the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Forensic Services Unit at 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST).


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