CANADA Canada - Eramosa Twp, Ont, WhtFem 550UFON, 25-45, off Hwy 7, Aug'05

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  1. Fin

    Fin Active Member

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    Last week I contacted the OPP to ask if Dumba was ruled out. Today I received this email back.

    "Be advised that Elaine DUMBA has previously been eliminated as our found human remains in Rockwood ON."
     


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    jessica- Well-Known Member

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    I submitted Elaine Dumba 7 months ago (6,15,2012), their e-mail stated:

    "Good morning.I don't see that DUMBA has been compared as of yet; however, I will pass the information along to the investigating officer for follow-up.
    Thank you for your email.

    Sincerely,
    Constable **** ****
    OPP Missing Persons and Unidentified Bodies Unit
    1-877-9-FIND-ME (1-877-934-6363) "



    I requested information three times after this and they replied:

    "Although we would love to be able to report back on every case, I'm sure you can understand that due to the volume of calls and emails we receive it is not possible for us to do so.
    We are a support unit and are not directly involved in the investigation. Therefore, we are not always apprised of every step taken by the investigators.
    Let's hope for a match and, if it is, there will definitely be a media release advising of same"


    Thank you for posting this as I have checked for MONTHS on weather there were any updates, I find the OPP is stubborn with letting sleuthers help out. I would have never known she was ruled out until you posted that.
     
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    I agree jessica- on the stubbornness of the OPP although I think it's Canada wide. What's with that?

    I also agree she was killed by someone she knew - someone she had been intimate with but not necessarily for very long.

    Something struck me as odd while reading the last few posts - all of her clothing was made in Montreal. A woman does not usually buy clothing according to where the garments were made - it' about the look and compatibility of one's closet.
    This led me to think she was passing though Montreal just before she was killed and purchased some needed clothing. Unusually warm weather? Did not anticipate the length of the trip?

    She could have come up through the US into Quebec and beyond. Jmo.
     
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    Well, it's approaching 6 years that she has remained unidentified. Maybe a change in coordinates/direction will help the OPP.

    I think the killer would like LE to assume she is from Montreal.
     
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    Could she be Tammy Churcher?

    "Tammy CHURCHER was last seen in the Province of Quebec, Canada, in December 2003. Tammy's home was in Courtland, Ontario, near Tillsonburg (southeast of London, Ontario)."

    Her home was only an hour and a half away from where the remains were located. (Map attached below.)

    My Theory: I think If this is Tammy she might have been hitchhiking back home from her last destination. I have always thought there was a truck driver in the Ontario area that is targeting women (for example the Bowmanville jane doe). The body in Rockwood was found near a resting station frequently used by truckers and motorist.
     

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    [​IMG]

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    Nose is off.
     
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    jessica- Well-Known Member

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    OPP responded back:

    ******

    Thank you for your email.

    Our records at OPP Missing Persons & Unidentified Bodies Unit currently do not indicate whether an exclusion has been made for this case.
    We will forward the information to the investigating agency/officer for follow up.

    Thanks again for the information.



    ***Fingers Crossed***
     
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    jessica- Well-Known Member

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    I did a facial comparison, my first time so not the best.
     

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    I wish OPP would release the dental view of the dental plate with the other teeth. The two teeth on their own have limited value. The reconstruction in clay is well done but it has such a generic look, the features could be just about anyone.

    If am not sure if it is just me, but sometimes the clay recons are so non-descript that I lose interest in looking at it. I mean who has clay hair??
     
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    jessica- Well-Known Member

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    I like clay ONLY if they add hair, accessories, color, etc. To me it makes the reconstruction look more life like. The picture I posted (ill repost since it isn't showing for me) the clay is hard to differentiate sections of the UID face.
     

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    jessica- Well-Known Member

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    Side profile.


    Also reconstruction with some color, haven't used Photoshop in ages. It's not good by any means but at least I tried :innocent:
     

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    Good job Jessica! I don't like the clay and with your photos it sure seems to be a possibility that Jane Doe is Tammy!
     
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    Bumping for this new article as the 10 anniversary approaches. The police department seem very keen for any sort of tip from people and say they will look into anything they are given...

    http://www.therecord.com/news-story...-unidentified-as-10th-anniversary-approaches/

     
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    http://www.flamboroughreview.com/ne...l-marks-10-years-since-discovery-of-jane-doe/

    " Heidi Stewart of the Ontario Provincial Police criminal investigations branch said the police are no further ahead now than they were a decade ago.

    They still don't know who she is or what exactly happened to her.

    But that doesn't mean the case isn't still active.

    "People always call them cold cases," Stewart said.

    "But you think of the victims, it's not cold to them."

    There's still a $50,000 reward in place for anyone with information that could lead to Jane Doe's identity, Stewart said.

    "We're really hoping that tributes like this bring it back to the forefront, 10 years on maybe somebody is prepared now to say something," she added.

    Jane Doe was a white woman between the age of 25 and 45, 5-feet-4 inches to 5-feet-6 inches tall, with "medium brown" hair, according to an OPP release from the time.

    Police don't know how she died but suspect foul play as she was dragged about 10 metres into the bush, covered with a sleeping bag and left there"
     
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    rats Justice for Sheridan Jane Doe.

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    Bumping for her 11th anniversary. I would offer some missing persons suggestions, however, they think she might have been from Europe according to DoeNet, and I actually don't know any European MP sites...
     
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    Brief mention in the news Nov 19 2016..
    http://cnews.canoe.com/CNEWS/Crime/2016/11/19/22684064.html
     
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    rbbm
    Has this woman been suggested, although tattooed?

    http://www.theprogress.com/news/183208841.html
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    Tammy Penner
     

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    http://www.missing-u.ca/Photos.aspx?PersonID=17
    [​IMG][​IMG] Her hair was dyed. About 4 cm of the root end of the hair was a naturally dark brown, while the remaining length to the tip had been lightened and dyed, and appeared to be medium reddish brown. The clothing that she wore was found to have been purchased in the Montreal area. OPP investigators believe the circumstances of her death are suspicious and consider foul play for this "body dump".
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    [TD]28 Aug 2005 [/TD]
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    [TD]25-45[/TD]
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    [TD]Female[/TD]
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    [TD]Caucasian[/TD]
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    [TD] 163 168 [/TD]
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    [TD] 5 ft 4 - 5 ft 6 [/TD]
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    [TD] 58 - [/TD]
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    [TD] 130 - [/TD]
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    [TD]Average[/TD]
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    [TD] Brown Medium brown[/TD]
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