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    FL- Broward Co., WhtFem Skeletal UP1262, 11-19, seashell pendant, Sep'83

    NCMEC created a new composite for this doe, but I couldn't find a thread for her anywhere.

    Date of Discovery: September 19, 1983
    Location of Discovery: Broward, Broward County, Florida
    Estimated Date of Death: Several months to a year prior
    State of Remains: Not recognizable - Near complete or complete skeleton
    Cause of Death: Homicide by strangulation


    Physical Description

    Estimated Age: 11-19 years old
    Race: White, but may be of mixed ancestry.
    Gender: Female
    Height: 5'0" to 5'4"
    Weight: 90-100 lbs.
    Hair Color: Brown or auburn, of medium length.
    Eye Color: Unknown


    Distinguishing Marks/Features: Small to medium build. Possibly Native, Asian, and/or Hispanic facial traits. There were signs of previous fractures to her left ankle and right wrist. She may have walked with a limp. An anthropological exam of the bones revealed that the female had Spina Bifida in her back but was possibly unaware of the condition because it was asymptomatic. The female also had osteoarthritis in her left hip and left leg that was most likely a result from a previous traumatic injury and possibly produced a chronic aching and altered range of motion in her left leg joints. The female also suffered a fracture to her left ankle earlier in life that may or may not have been associated to the osteoarthritis. She was wearing red or purple toenail polish. She may have had a colostomy.

    Dentals: Available. She had a marked overbite and extensive dental work, including several fillings.
    Fingerprints: Not Available
    DNA: Available

    Clothing & Personal Items
    Clothing: None.
    Jewelry: A gold chain with a seashell pendant.
    Additional Personal Items: None.


    Circumstances of Discovery

    A trucker found the victim's skeletal remains found along a canal on a remote stretch of U.S. Route 27. 8 miles north of State Road 84.

    Agency Case Number: 1983-1245
    NCIC Case Number: U717148363
    NamUs Case Number: 1262
    NCMEC Case Number: 1184238

    Doe Page: http://doenetwork.org/cases/428uffl.html
    Namus Page: https://identifyus.org/cases/1262
    NCMEC- http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMU/1184238/


    Ruled Out:

    Teresa Fittin
    Marcia Remick
    Emma Vaughn

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    http://nampn.org/cases/vanschoick_leah.html Also missing from Broward County, about a year prior. The stats line up fairly well, but I'm not sure if the face shape is right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffyElsewhere View Post
    http://nampn.org/cases/vanschoick_leah.html Also missing from Broward County, about a year prior. The stats line up fairly well, but I'm not sure if the face shape is right.
    I feel like the face shape is kind of there but Doe has brown hair, not blonde.

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    I wouldn't call the color in her picture exactly blonde. More of a light brown.
    Opinions expressed are strictly my own (who else would they belong to???)



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