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    TX - Conroe, AsianFem Skull UP3595, 20-33, Lone Star Feed cap, Jun'98

    ModNote: The NamUs casefile indicates male. The DoeNetwork casefile indicates Female.



    Name: Angela Abbrederis
    AKA: Angela Kim Marie Abbrederis, Nagela Kimmarie Ng, Mei Ling, Audra Abbrederis, and/or Vanessa Abbrederis.
    Case Number: M9610009
    Case Type: Endangered - Foul Play Possible
    Last Seen in: Dallas (Dallas County)
    Last Seen on: 4/2/1996
    Height: 5' 8 "
    Weight: 115-120 lbs.
    Age Missing: 27
    Eye Color: Brown
    Hair Color: Brown
    Date of Birth: 10/25/1968
    Race: White/Asian - although she is listed as White/Hispanic on some sites
    Sex: Female
    State Missing From: Texas
    Country Missing From: USA

    Circumstances: Angela has a tattoo of a butterfly on her right hip, a scar on her hip and has had breast augmentation. She was known to work in various men's clubs as a dancer. The day of her disappearance she didn't take her vehicle or any clothing. Her dog was also left behind in her apartment. Dental and x-rays are available.

    Abbrederis was last seen in Dallas, Texas on April 2, 1996. She left her vehicle behind and did not take any of her personal belongings from her residence, including her clothes, luggage and car keys. Abbrederis also left her dog unattended inside her apartment. There was laundry left in the washing machine and piled on the bed, which Abbrederis's mother says is uncharacteristic of her daughter. There were also what appeared to be bloody fingerprints near the front door, but the "blood" turned out to be paint. Abbrederis has never been heard from again.

    Abbrederis' boyfriend emptied their joint checking account after her disappearance, signed one of her cars over to himself, and withdrew money from her savings account. He told police that he jointly owned all of what he took. Investigators say the boyfriend's actions do not necessarily mean he was involved in Abbrederis's disappearance.

    Abbrederis worked in various Dallas clubs as an exotic dancer at the time of her 1996 disappearance. She also has a history of prostitution. Her mother believes she was the victim of foul play. Abbrederis has family members living in Michigan and Hong Kong. She is an Army veteran. Her case remains unsolved.

    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Dallas Police Department
    214-671-4316

    The Doe Network: Case File 1547DFTX
    Agency Case Number: 392219E
    NCIC Number: M-968375537

    http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/mpch/mp...110:55:46AM%27

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1547dftx.html

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...is_angela.html

    https://www.findthemissing.org/cases/4439/0/

    http://www.nampn.org/cases/abbrederis_angela.html

    http://www.examiner.com/missing-pers...e-april-2-1996

    http://projectjason.org/forums/index.php?topic=3041.0

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    The Doe Network:
    Hot Case 1945


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    Unidentified Asian Female

    The victim was discovered on June 11, 1998 in Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.
    Estimated Date of Death: 3 years or greater
    State of Remains: Partial Skeletal Remains
    Cause of Death: Unknown

    Vital Statistics

    Estimated age: 20-33 years old.
    Approximate Height and Weight: Unknown.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Unknown.
    Clothing: Blue or black ball cap with a "Lone Star Feed" logo. Tan cloth was also found with the remains.
    Dentals: Unknown. Some teeth had been glued into place.
    DNA: Sample submitted.
    Fingerprints: Not available.

    Case History
    On June 11, 1998, a man was walking in a wooded area behind his home in the 600 block of Airline Drive when he observed what appeared to be the top portion of a skull protruding from the ground.

    Montgomery County Sheriff's Office deputies investigated and recovered additional skeletal remains. The additional bones were determined not to be of human origin.

    What appears to be a mounting hole was drilled into the cranium. The remains resemble other skulls that have been determined to be skull war trophies collected during Asian military action.

    The remains were originally believed to be those of a male, however, DNA analysis in September 2010, has confirmed that they are those of a female.

    Investigators
    If you have any information about this case please contact:
    Investigating Agency: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
    Cold Case Squad
    281-297-6507


    You may remain anonymous when submitting information.

    Agency Case Number: 98A008113; NamUs 3595

    NCIC Number: U-790019671


    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

    Source Information:
    http://www.woodlandsonline.com/dbs/s...e/COLDCASE.pdf
    https://identifyus.org/cases/full_report/3595



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    The location and age of the victim and the UID are appropriate... I've been looking for an Asian Doe with breast implants (as for a match to Abbrederis), but this works because only the skull was recovered.

    Also, Abbrederis' facial bone structure/jawline is a bit square, which might explain why they were under the impression Doe was an Asian male for a while.

    LE estimates that Doe was deceased for 3+ years, but I question that because if there was a hole drilled/bored into the skull for mounting purposes, it was probably cleaned and prepared for such (like a hunter with a trophy mount?), thus leaving little to no residual soft tissue in the skull or on the bone.

    Please provide feedback if you have any.

    Mods, if you need to make this a sticky thread, feel free. Do whatcha need to do. I'm still new here, and am just good at digging for information and posting it. I am still unfamiliar with all your protocol and procedure, so please forgive me if my amateur is showing.


    Thanks

    ikoihil
    Last edited by CarlK90245; 03-29-2013 at 03:59 AM.

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    I moved this over from the Texas Killing Field forum last night, and I'm adding a link for the Doe Network.

    The remains were originally believed to be those of a male, however, DNA analysis in September 2010, has confirmed that they are those of a female.

    http://www.doenetwork.org/hot/hotcase1945.html

    Both cases are in NAMUS, but there's no DNA sample for Abbrederis. According to NAMUS dental x-rays are available for Abbrederis, but no dental records are listed for the Doe. Am I correct that there are no grounds for an automatic rule out? We'd love some feedback. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bessie View Post
    I moved this over from the Texas Killing Field forum last night, and I'm adding a link for the Doe Network.

    The remains were originally believed to be those of a male, however, DNA analysis in September 2010, has confirmed that they are those of a female.

    http://www.doenetwork.org/hot/hotcase1945.html

    Both cases are in NAMUS, but there's no DNA sample for Abbrederis. According to NAMUS dental x-rays are available for Abbrederis, but no dental records are listed for the Doe. Am I correct that there are no grounds for an automatic rule out? We'd love some feedback. Thanks.
    Do you think we could at least ask if they have any additional information that wasn't published?

    Did you mean to ask if there are grounds for automatic rule out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bessie View Post
    I moved this over from the Texas Killing Field forum last night, and I'm adding a link for the Doe Network.

    The remains were originally believed to be those of a male, however, DNA analysis in September 2010, has confirmed that they are those of a female.

    http://www.doenetwork.org/hot/hotcase1945.html

    Both cases are in NAMUS, but there's no DNA sample for Abbrederis. According to NAMUS dental x-rays are available for Abbrederis, but no dental records are listed for the Doe. Am I correct that there are no grounds for an automatic rule out? We'd love some feedback. Thanks.
    Also, I believe that I read about Abbrederis' mother is still alive. Wouldn't a DNA sample from her mother be sufficient?



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