Identify Sacramento Jane Doe!

Unidentified Female, Murder Victim, Unsolved Murder, Cold Case

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Identify Sacramento Jane Doe!

Identify Sacramento Jane Doe!

Identify Sacramento Jane Doe!
She was found hideously murdered
And not only that but she has been left
Without her name for over 16 years.
Who she is she? Who did this to her?

Identify Sacramento Jane Doe!
Details

Identify Sacramento Jane Doe! Sacramento Jane Doe is a murder victim and an unidentified female. She was found in Sacramento, California on June 29, 2001. This unidentified female, for 16 years, was determined to be a Caucasian female. However, it is now believed that she is of primarily African descent. And she had some European ancestry. Put simply, she was an African-American female. Her age is estimated to be in her late teens or early twenties at the time she was found deceased.

Sacramento Jane Doe’s hair and eyes are described as dark. Her height is estimated to be approximately 5’0.” This unidentified female’s build is described as thin. Her weight could not be determined.

Identify Sacramento Jane Doe!
Descriptions

Reportedly Sacramento Jane Doe may have been wrapped or carried in a comforter. Her teeth were extremely well cared for. For there were no dental fillings. Nor were there plastic composite sealants applied to the teeth. And reportedly, all four anterior premolars were missing. In the past, the victim had a broken nose. It is believed that Sacramento Jane Doe may have been wearing “Structure” brand jeans at the time of her death.

Identify Sacramento Jane Doe!
Circumstances

It was June 29, 2001 in Sacramento, California. At approximately 4:45 A.M., the Sacramento, California, Fire Department responded to a call. It involved a possible structure fire in the area of 14th Avenue and Power Inn Road. When firefighters arrived in the scene, they located a dumpster fire. It was reportedly just west of Power Inn Road. Upon putting out the fire, the remains of a badly burned female were found. Sacramento County Jane Doe’s cause of death was ruled to be acute thermal injury.

This means that this victim was alive while the fire was burning. And there reportedly were soot deposits throughout her upper and lower respiratory tracts. Reportedly, just before this fire, a discovery was made. A Seventies-era, orange Datson 2407 or 260Z with a primer gray left front fender was seen in the area.

Identify Sacramento Jane Doe!

Identify Sacramento Jane Doe!
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DESCRIPCIÓN
Cabello: Oscuro
Edad: Fines de Adolescencia o en
primeras etapas de los 20 años
Ojos: Oscuros
Estatura: Aprox. 5 pies; 0 pulgadas
(1,524 m)
Sexo: Femenino
Contextura: Delgada Raza: Blanca
DETALLES
El 29 de junio del 2001, aproximadamente a las 4:45 de la madrugada, el Cuerpo de Bomberos de Sacramento, California, respondió a un
posible incendio en un edificio ubicado en la zona entre la 14th Avenue y Power Inn Road. Al llegar, los bomberos se encontraron con un
incendio en un contenedor de basura ubicado al oeste de Power Inn Road. Después de extinguir el fuego, se encontraron los restos de una
mujer que presentaban graves quemaduras. Se dedujo que la causa de muerte de la víctima fue una lesión aguda causada por efecto
térmico, lo cual significa que la víctima estaba viva mientras el fuego ardía y se hallaron depósitos de hollín en sus vías respiratorias
superiores e inferiores. La víctima aún no ha sido identificada.
Se informa que, justamente antes del siniestro, se observó en la zona a un Datsun 240Z o 260Z anaranjado, de la época de los 70 con el
guardabarro delantero izquierdo pintado en base gris.
Si usted tiene cualquier información relacionada con esta persona, sírvase ponerse en contacto con la oficina local del FBI o con la
embajada o consulado de Estados Unidos más cercano.

Identify Sacramento Jane Doe!
How We Can Help

This unidentified female died in a horrific way. From the description, she was burned alive. So she experience horrible pain as she was burning alive. The killer (s) maximized her agony. And on top of that, she was left without her identity for 16 years. How did she win up without her name? It is unclear. It may be possible to match Sacramento Jane Doe with a missing older teen or young woman from 16 or more years ago. In this way a missing person can be brought home to her family have have waited at least 16 years for answers. Even if Sacramento County Jane Doe had never been reported as missing, she deserves her name back.

You can match Sacramento Jane Doe with a missing older teen or young woman at NamUs.

You can match Sacramento Jane Doe with a missing older teen or young woman at Doe Network.

You can contact the Sacramento Field Office at: (916) 746-7000.

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 photos are courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Sacramento Jane Doe has a Wikia Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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