CA CA - Contra Costa Co., WhtFem 2UFCA, 20-30, turquoise jewelry, Aug'75

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  1. Richard

    Richard Well-Known Member

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    Unidentified White Female
    The victim was discovered on August 23, 1975 in Tilden Regional Park, California
    Estimated Date of Death: 4 days prior to discovery
    She had sustained blunt-force trauma to the head

    Artist sketch of victim can be seen in link below.

    Vital Statistics
    Estimated age: 20 - 30 years old
    Approximate Height and Weight: 5'3"; 166 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair; brown eyes. Slightly rounded face and shoulder length hair. Well-tanned. Manicured nails.
    Clothing/Jewelry: Turquoise blue T-shirt with clouds and sunrays behind a bi-plane, label Outrageous Devil - distributed solely in California. A white Playtex Freespirit bra, size 36D. A thin chain with 4 turquoise stones hung around her neck. She wore a matching ring with 4 turquoise stones, Native style.

    Photo of Turquoise Ring can be seen in below link

    Case History

    The victim was located in the bushes along a pathway in Tilden Regional Park on Saturday, August 23, 1975.

    She had been dead for about four days when a hiker discovered her. She had been dumped in the bushes after being killed elsewhere.

    This case is still active as of July 2007.

    Investigators
    If you have any information about this case please contact:

    East Bay Regional Parks Police Department
    Contra Costa County Coroner's Office
    You may remain anonymous when submitting information.

    NCIC Number: U-759829435


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

    Source Information:
    Inside Bay Area
    The Doe Network: Case File 2UFCA

    LINK:

    http://doenetwork.org/cases/2ufca.html
     
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  3. Richard

    Richard Well-Known Member

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    bumping case up...
     
  4. Lady Stardust

    Lady Stardust New Member

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    What a strange reconstruction! Rather looks like a man than a woman.
    Did the 'woman' wear glasses? On the reconstruction it looks like that ...
    No wonder that so many bodies remain unidentified when such bad reconstructions are published. :(
     
  5. Wanting2Help

    Wanting2Help New Member

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    I don't see a Namus profile for this Jane Doe...
     
  6. rainwater

    rainwater New Member

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    Bump. Since she was wearing a T-shirt distributed only in CA and turquoise necklace and ring, this seems like it should be solvable.
     
  7. Babyslims

    Babyslims New Member

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    Here's another link, wish they had real images of the necklace too.... according to Porchlight the little ad at this LP says "WANTED
    Contra Costa County sheriff coroner Harry D. Ramsay is seeking identification of Jane Doe, a homicide victim who was located at Tilden Park near Berkeley, California,
    August 23, 1975. Jane Doe is described as being a Caucasian female, 22 to 28 years old 5’ 3” tall, weighing 166 lbs. Medium brown hair, brown eyes. The body is well tanned and indicates the victim wore a bikini type bathing suit. Victim’s fingernails and toenails are well manicured. Victim exhibits extensive and excellent dental care. The only clothing worn was a turquoise blue t shirt with a silk screen type painting on the front depicting clouds and sun rays behind a bi plane."
    http://canyouidentifyme.org/ContraCostaCaliforniaJaneDoeAugust1975







     
  8. Jigoku Dayu

    Jigoku Dayu New Member

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    On NamUs, there is a much clearer image of the sketch. Oddly, the sketch shows five beads on her necklace, instead of the four listed in the description. It also says her hair was streaked, but not what color the streaks were. https://identifyus.org/en/cases/12922
     
  9. rats

    rats Where is Justice for the Jane and John Does?

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    That pic of the reconstruction is horrible! I'm glad NamUs has a clearer image, but still...
     

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