Identify Holmes County Jane Doe!

Unidentified Female, Suspicious Death, Cold Case

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Identify Holmes County Jane Doe!

Identify Holmes County Jane Doe!

Identify Holmes County Jane Doe!
Almost ten years ago she was found deceased
Her name and identity unknown.
Who is she?
Who did this to her?
Someone (s) is missing her.

Identify Holmes County Jane Doe!
Details

Identify Holmes County Jane Doe! She is an unidentified African-American female. When she was found, her hair was black and tightly curled. The unidentified woman’s estimated age upon discovery was between 25 to 45. It is determined that she was 5’5″ to 5’9″ tall. Her estimated weight was between 120 to 150 pounds. She is a Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) unidentified person. ViCAP is an FBI program that maintains a list of missing or unidentified persons in who cases foul play is suspected.

Identify Holmes County Jane Doe!

On September 15, 2008, the unidentified female was found dumped. Her remains were quite skeletonized. And the was no bleaching or cracking of bones. And so investigators determined that Holmes County Jane Doe was dumped between May to August 2008. Reportedly, she had a partial upper denture. Her denture replaced the anterior teeth. They were held in place by wires and two premolars. Three shortened teeth roots were left in place. The denture covered them. It has been suggested that this victim was in prison. And that would be when the denture was made.
It is believed that the victim has given birth at least once.

Identify Holmes County Jane Doe!
Circumstances

Workers made the discover on September 15, 2008. In a wooded area in Holmes County, Ohio, workers discovered human remains. These human remains were skeletonized. The workers located the remains along an embankment approximately six feet from the roadway. Reportedly, no clothing, jewelry, or anything that could identify Holmes County Jane Doe, were recovered. After the unidentified remains to reported to authorities, the victim’s DNA was forwarded to University of Northern Texas for inclusion in CODIS.

Identify Holmes County Jane Doe!
How We Can Help

For nine years, some family has missed birthdays and holidays with Holmes County Jane Doe. If she was reported missing, we may be able to be matched with a missing woman, most likely in the years 2005 to 2008 by around August of that year. Because of the way she was reportedly disposed of, her manner of death is probably homicide (you cannot dump yourself!). Her family, whoever they are, have been waiting for nine years for answers. Identifying Holmes County Jane Doe may bring them answers. It won’t be the answer the family wants, but they won’t have to wonder any more.

Do you have any information as to the identity of Holmes County Jane Doe? If you do, refer to the sourcs below.

You can match Holmes County Jane Doe with a missing woman on the Doe Network Website.

You can match Holmes County Jane Doe missing a missing womenon the NamUs website.

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.

This is the FBI page for this unidentified female. Click here to view it.

Attention law enforcement: For Additional Information – Contact
• Holmes County Sheriff’s Office (330) 674-1936
• Special Agent Daniel Winterich, Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification & Investigation,
Richfield, Ohio, (330) 659-4600, ext 259, or daniel.winterich@ohioattorneygeneral.gov
• FBI, ViCAP, (800) 634-4097 or vicap@leo.gov

The above photos, video and audio are courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Alert # 2009-10-02; Released: 10/15/2009

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