Identify Jones, Oklahoma Lime Lady!

Unidentified Deceased Female , Unsolved Murder, Justice, Cold Case

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Identify Jones, Oklahoma Lime Lady!

Identify Jones, Oklahoma Lime Lady!

Identify Jones, Oklahoma Lime Lady!
She was found over 38 years ago.
But no one knew who she was.
And they still can’t identify her.
Who is this homicide victim?
Who is her killer?
Who is missing her right now?

Identify Jones, Oklahoma Lime Lady!
Details

Identify Jones, Oklahoma Lime Lady!

Unidentified, deceased female
“Oklahoma Lime Lady”
Date Found: April 18, 1980

Demographics
Approximate Age: 18 years – 25 years
Race: White
Sex: Female
Weight (pounds): 115, Estimated
Height (inches): 67, Estimated

Circumstance: This unidentified deceased female was found lying on the bank of the North Canadian River, east of Jones Oklahoma. Her death was ruled a homicide. The victim was shot three times with a .45-caliber revolver. And she was covered in lime which didn’t dissolve her body…but instead, preserved it. Not only does she need her name, but a killer needs to be found. She is called the “Oklahoma Lime Lady” because she was found covered in lime.

Body Condition: Her bodily condition is not recognizable due to decomposing/putrefaction state.
Her probable year of death was 1979 to 1980.

Physical
Hair color: Brown
Head hair: blonde or light brown – shoulder length
Eyes (color): Unknown
Scars and marks: On the lower abdomen above the level of the pubic hair is a Pfannenstiel type scar measuring 4cm by 1cm. The scar is horizontal.
Tattoos: Above the left breast is a red and blue tattoo of a heart with scroll line running through it. The heart tattoo measures to 1 cm.
Organ absent: Appendix
Clothing on body: no clothing located

Identify Jones, Oklahoma Lime Lady!
How We Can Help

Someone, probably a family and community, have been missing this unidentified female for over 38 years. They may have been missing her longer. They do not realize that she has been found, but that no one knows who he is. She may be a missing teen girl or missing young woman. She may have been reported as missing, even if she is not in Doe Network or on NamUs. But she may never, for some reason, been reported as missing. Who is she? Do you have any information that can identify this female? Do you have any information that can identify her killer?

You can attempt to identify this unidentified female. Try to match her with a missing teen girl or missing young woman (18 to 25 years roughly) who vanished before or around 1980. You can attempt a match on the NamUs website.
You can attempt to identify this unidentified female. Try to match her with a missing teen girl or missing young woman (18 to 25 years roughly) who vanished before or around 1980. You can attempt a match on the Doe Network website.

If you believe you know or recognize this female,
please contact:
Agency Ofc of the Chief Medical Exmnr
Phone 405-239-7141
Case # 801364
NamUs MP # 4897

This is an article about this unidentified deceased female. Click here and learn more.
The above image and additional information are courtesy of LostNMissing, Inc.

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