I have a postmortem photo of this Jane Doe, and I didn't think the official recon looked that close. So I created my own recon, and am starting a thread for her. The Doe Network: Case File 345UFCA http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/345ufca.html (Not in NamUs) Reconstruction of Victim Unidentified Hispanic Female The victim was discovered on August 11, 1999 in Oceanside, San Diego County, California. The apparent cause of death was trauma to the head, there were no other injuries. Estimated Date of Death: August 11, 1999 Vital Statistics Estimated age: 20 - 34 years old Approximate Height and Weight: 5'1"-5'3"; 135 - 143 lbs. Distinguishing Characteristics: Long, wavy black hair that she wore in a single braid; brown eyes. Tweezed eyebrows, manicured and painted nails, 6" Surgical scar on outer left knee. Dentals: Available Clothing: She wore a green mock turtleneck T-shirt, blue zip-up pants with a button, white socks and blue and white Reebok shoes. She wore no jewelry and was carrying no miscellaneous items. Other: The victim has had a baby within the past year. Case History The victim was found in a drainage ditch in the area of Airport Road and Benet Road near the tow yards in an unincorporated area in the northeast part of Oceanside. The crime occurred at other location. This was apparent by the lack of evidence at the scene. Detectives canvassed businesses such as nightclubs that young people frequent but found no one who recognized her. Her dental records were researched, the flier was circulated among Mexican law enforcement officials, and her case was entered into the violent-crime database. Nothing came of their efforts. They did not know where she was killed, so they were unable to gather evidence from the scene.