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    CO - Baca Co., Hisp/NtvFem 116UFCO, 19-24, beige coat, 1986 coin, Jun'88

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/116ufco.html



    Unidentified Hispanic / Native Female




    • Discovered on June 3, 1988 in Baca County, Colorado.
    • Estimated date of death is approximately one year before discovery.
    • The death was very likely a homicide.



    Vital Statistics



    • Estimated age: 19 - 24 years old
    • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'2" - 5''4"; 130 lbs.
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair. She could be part Indian or Hispanic. She had never given birth.
    • Dentals: Extensive dental work, including 2 silver cast crowns. 1 upper and 1 lower on left side. From her dental work it's possible she either came from Mexico or from along the Mexican border.
    • Clothing: Grey cord Levis size 30X31. Leg cuffs had been hemmed up to 27 1/2" inseam. A bra, size 34B, and a beige color winter coat with white synthetic fur collar and 4" fur cuffs. A 1986 D quarter was found in the pocket.

    Case History
    The victim's scattered skeletal remains were discovered 06/03/88 in Baca County, southwest of Springfield. The body was lying in an open field. Most of the skeleton was located, the bones were not all there and what was there was white and bleached. Part of the spine was still connected.

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    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/116ufco.html
    She's not in Namus that I can find.

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    Just wanted to say a big thank you for all the work you're doing on these older posts!
    Opinions expressed are strictly my own (who else would they belong to???)

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    She's still not on Namus -- very few of the Colorado UIDs are.

    She was buried in 2005, according to the article posted here (scroll down): http://icaremissingpersonscoldcases....o#.UzirBfnGpbs
    Opinions expressed are strictly my own (who else would they belong to???)

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    May I please ask do they have DNA on this Jane Doe? mtDNA also. I've been looking into this Jane Doe for about 16 years to check and have never really gotten any answers.I was just waiting for DNA.
    ALL EVIL NEEDS TO SUCCEED IS FOR GOOD PEOPLE TO DO NOTHING!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms Suzanne View Post
    May I please ask do they have DNA on this Jane Doe? mtDNA also. I've been looking into this Jane Doe for about 16 years to check and have never really gotten any answers.I was just waiting for DNA.
    I couldn't find any information on her at all. It seems like the Colorado authorities just don't give a fig.
    Opinions expressed are strictly my own (who else would they belong to???)



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