I can't find this woman on the forums or on NamUs. 63UFCA Located on Apr. 26, 1991 in Vacaville, CA Cause of death ''undetermined'', but likely suffocated/strangled Postmortem interval: 2 - 4 weeks Estimated age: 25 - 35 years old Approximate height and weight: 5'5, unknown weight Distinguishing characteristics: White with Native American admixture. Long, wavy brown/blonde hair. Prominent nose and pointed chin. Sustained skull fractures several months prior to her death. Unshaven legs. Has possibly given birth. Dentals: Available. Missing 5 teeth: 2 antemortem (#1 and #6), 3 postmortem. Tooth #8 is chipped and she has several fillings. Clothing: Warren Z long-sleeved, dark, tunic-style dress. Long-sleeved, light-colored sweater with brown buttons over the dress. Blue tank top and a camisole were both worn under the dress. Wool cap. Jewelry: Timex watch with silver face and black wristband. Silver-colored adjustable ring with green stone in center, worn on her left pinky finger. In April of 1991 this female was found in a field during the construction of the Factory Outlet stores in Vacaville, California. Her cause of death remains "undetermined" but her case has always been handled as a homicide. Although fingerprints, dental records and DNA has been collected, she remains unidentified. Circumstances In April of 1991, this female was found in a field during the construction of the Factory Outlet stores in Vacaville, California. The woman was found on her back, wearing a black dress pushed up around her waist with no undergarments. She also wore a blue tank top, a wool sweater and matching wool cap. The woman was covered by a denim jacket. Her cause of death remains "undetermined", but her case has always been handled as a homicide. Police exhumed the body in December 1998 and enlisted Sunnyvale police Detective Kevin Richlin, an expert in rebuilding facial features from the skulls of the dead, to create a model police hope someone will recognize. Police unsuccessfully tried matching the woman's fingerprints and dental records to missing persons reports with the state Department of Justice. Although fingerprints, dental records and DNA has been collected, she remains unidentified.