Identify Jane Doe Glennie MI!

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Identify Jane Doe Glennie MI!

Identify Jane Doe Glennie MI!
She has been without her name for about 23 years!
Who is she?
Can she be matched with a missing woman?
Can you make a match?

Identify Jane Doe Glennie MI!

Identify Jane Doe Glennie MI! She was found a deceased victim October 26, 1994. Her remains indicate that is was a Caucasian female. Her estimated is was between 30 to 50, when found deceased. Jane Doe’s estimated height was between an even 5’0″ and 5’4.” But her weight is unknown. Jane Doe’s hair was brown. The color of her eyes is unknown. This unidentified victim displayed a distinct gap between two upper front teeth. It seems that she had poor dental care. She had teeth removed. This is consistent with wearing braces when she was young.

Identify Jane Doe Glennie MI!
Circumstances

How was Jane Doe found? In Glennie, Michigan, a hunter found human remains. It was on a Wednesday, October 26, 1994, he found the murdered Caucasian female. Jane Doe’s estimated age was between 30 to 50 years old. Her human remains were found in the Huron National Forest. Her body was found 50 to 75 yards north of Bamfield Road. And this location is approximately two tenths of a mile east of the Intersection of Brodie and Bamfield. This is in Glennie, Michigan.

Identify Jane Doe Glennie MI!
How Did She End Up This Way?

What amount of time since Jane Does’ death to her being found? It is estimated that she died one to four years since her body was found. This victim’s left arm displayed a fracture to her left arm. It was just above the elbow. That was years before her death. Jane Doe also revealed evidence injuries to her spinal column that had healed. These injuries were in her upper and lower thoracic region. A traffic accident may have caused these injuries.

Identify Jane Doe Glennie MI!
Give Her Back Her Name!

Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) is the program Jane Doe is listed under. It isn’t clear whether foul play, though, is suspected in this Jane Doe’s death. But she needs her name back! It’s possible that she can be matched with a missing woman who vanished in approximately the year 1990. Please she her poster and story! Someone knows something. There are many contact options below, for leaving tips. For additional information and photographs regarding
this victim, refer to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs),
case report number UP# 8371. You can find her unidentified case in her NamUs database.

NamUs : UP# 8371

To provide or request additional information, please contact Detective Sergeant Steve
Harshberger, Michigan State Police Alpena Post, at 989-356-5739, or
harshbergers@michigan.gov, or FBI ViCAP at 800-634-4097 or vicap@leo.gov.

You can contact the FBI tip line at: 1-800-CALLFBI (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 top photo and additional information are provided courtesy of Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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