Identify Boone County Jane Doe!

Unidentified Female, Death Investigation, Suspicious Death, Cold Case

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Identify Boone County Jane Doe!

Identify Boone County Jane Doe!

Identify Boone County Jane Doe!
She was found deceased over 25 years ago.
During this time, she has lost her identity.
Who is she? She has a name.

Identify Boone County Jane Doe!

Identify Boone County Jane Doe! A Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) Alert was issued for an unidentified female. She was found on May 3, 1992. She was found in Boone County, Indiana. The FBI issues ViCAP Alerts for missing or unidentified persons in whose cases foul play is suspected. Boone County Jane Doe was determined to be a Caucasian female. Her age at her death was estimated to be 17 to 22 years old. Boon County Jane Doe’s estimated height was about 5’6″ and her weight was about 130 pounds.

Identify Boone County Jane Doe!
Descriptions

Boone County Jane Doe’s hair was brown, red, or reddish brown. Or it could be auburn and was shorter than collar length. Her eyes color was unknown. At her discover, this unidentified female was wearing a light green tank top and anklet socks. She was discovered with tattoos. Boone County Jane Doe had “MOM” tattooed on her upper right arm. She had a cross and “LOVE” tattooed on her right breast. Between her index finger and thumb on her right hand, she had a cross on webbing.

Identify Boone County Jane Doe!
Circumstances

Boone County Jane Doe’s remains were found on Sunday, May 3, 1992. Her remains were lying along the east side of the north bound entrance ramp. This ramp extended from Indiana State Road 47 to Interstate 65. This victim was wearing only a light green tank top and light green anklet socks. This victim is believed to have died three to five days before her discovery. However, the cause of her death could not be determined. Foul play is suspected because of how Boone County Jane Doe was found.

Identify Boone County Jane Doe!
Appeal

IT is possible that Boone County Jane Doe can be matched with a missing older teen or younger woman. The missing female would have to be a female who went missing before May 1 or the last week of April, 1992. For Boone County Jane Doe is believed to have died three to five days prior to discovery. But it is likely that the female that she can be matched with went missing even before that. Possible matches can be made on the two websites linked below. Or she may have never been reported missing. But somewhere, someone is missing her.

Boone County Jane Doe has a name? Who is she? Can you identify her? If you have even a piece of information that can help identify her, refer to the options below.

You can try to match Boone County Jane Doe with a missing older teen or young woman. You can do this on the Doe Network website.

You can try to match Boone County Jane Doe with a missing older teen or young woman. You can do this on the NamUs website.

To provide or request additional information, please contact Captain Mike Beard, Boone
County Sheriff’s Office, Lebanon, Indiana, at 765-482-1412, or mbeard@co.boone.in.us, or
FBI ViCAP at (800) 634-4097 or vicap@leo.gov.
Contact ViCAP for information on how your agency can obtain access to the ViCAP Web
National Crime Database.
Case report number UP# 10749.

You can contact the FBI tip line at: 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324)

You can submit a tip to the FBI online. Click here to do so.

You can locate and contact your local FBI office. Click here to locate your local FBI office.

The above photo is courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

NamUs: UP#10749
Agency Case #:
FEDERAL BUREAU OF
INVESTIGATION
VIOLENT CRIMINAL
APPREHENSION PROGRAM

ViCAP Alert # 2017-05-02 / Released: 06/08/2017/ GWW
To review this or other ViCAP Alerts, please go to ViCAP Alerts.

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