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    Here is information on the Allegheny river:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allegheny_River
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    thanks, little726.


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    Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office Seeks Assistance Identifying Skeletal Remains


    The Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office is seeking information to assist in the identification of skeletal remains discovered on the shore line of the Allegheny

    Reservoir in the Town of South Valley in Cattaraugus County on September 26th 2009.
    A forensic examination revealed that the remains are of a female between the ages of 25 to 45. (likely 30-40). Stature of 5'1"-5'8", A person of a smaller build estimated to be have weighed 105-125 pounds. It has also been suggested that the remains have been in the water for a period of one to five years. Additionally an examination revealed that a single rib shows evidence of a healed fracture. Also a fractured left tibia has been noted. Found with the remains was one left winter type boot. Made of tan suede, is mid calf in length and is size 6. The boot is fleeced lined and made in China under the brand name of Hotcakes. The front of the boot is embroidered with red, white and blue flowers and a green leaf. Dental record of the deceased are on file with the Erie Co. Medical Examiners Office for comparison and DNA is currently being obtained for database entry.

    Anyone who believes to have any information in regards to the identity of this person, please contact Det. William Welling at the Sheriff's Office (716) 938-9191 extension 2276.


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    **WARNING: POST-MORTEM PHOTO OF 1983 Chautauqua Co. Jane Doe AT LINK BELOW**

    http://www.wivb.com/dpp/news/souther...of-same-killer

    This Oct. 29, 2010 news article explores a possible link between this Jane Doe and a UID woman found murdered in Chautauqua County in 1983.
    <-- Watched one too many Hanna-Barbera "teenage detective" cartoons as a kid.


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    Interesting, Tatertot. I wonder if there is a connection. I know the first one has long been assumed to be left by a serial killer passing through... would the same serial killer do it again over 20 years later?

    Or is it a local guy, and these are just two women who were unlucky enough not to be identified?

    I've long believed there's a serial killer in Jamestown. There are just too many unsolved murders of women... I think 8. I live in a much more populated area now and there are only one or two.


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    I've also wondered if Caledonia Jane Doe was connected. The same sort of shooting.
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    New York State has a lot of missing women. I often wonder if there is a serial killer on the loose. The Adirondack Park is a desolate area not well traveled in the off months, and most homes are seasonal camps.
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    http://www.wellsvilledaily.com/newsn...unty-cold-case

    Investigation continues in Catt. County cold case

    By Brian Quinn
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    Posted Jun 08, 2011 @ 11:28 AM


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    There's not much to go on, but this missing woman would have been within the UID's height range and she disappeared in November, when wearing boots would have made sense. Her case was added to the Charley Project today:

    http://charleyproject.org/cases/w/wines_alayssa.html
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    Remains identified. I don't remember this woman going missing. Will look for more details.
    http://www.wivb.com/dpp/news/souther...-missing-woman
    Rest in peace, Traci.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Torsade View Post
    Remains identified. I don't remember this woman going missing. Will look for more details.
    http://www.wivb.com/dpp/news/souther...-missing-woman
    Rest in peace, Traci.
    According to other news reports, her family didn't even know she was missing!


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    According to other news reports, her family didn't even know she was missing!

    There is a News Conference scheduled for Tuesday (tomorrow) by the Sheriff's Dept. The local news isn't covering it yet.


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    This was one of my pet cases I that I spent hours trying to figure out who she was. She wasn't listed in any of the Missing People databases I use, so go figure. I am glad she got her identity back and the family can have some closure.


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    I'm sure it pleased Traci, that people cared enough to try and help her. I'm really impressed that her remains were identified, as it looks like it took quite a bit of research to do so. Nothing on local news so far, today, that I can find.


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    http://www.salamancapress.com/news/a...9bb2963f4.html


    This link provides a photograph of Traci. Rest in peace.


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