Here is another New Britain young female gunshot victim from the early '90s. I wonder if she has anything to do with the other New Britain Jane Doe and Tolland Jane Doe. The Doe Network: Case File 705UFCT http://doenetwork.org/cases/705ufct.html Reconstruction of Victim Unidentified White Female * The victim was discovered on October 11, 1991 in New Britain, Connecticut * Estimated Date of Death: 2 months prior Vital Statistics * Estimated age: 23-28 years old * Approximate Height and Weight: 5'5"; 130-135 lbs. * Distinguishing Characteristics: Possibly Hispanic. * Dentals: Available. She had a small tooth protruding from her mouth. * Clothing: A white sleeveless sun dress, a shirt with "Panda Bears" on it, one Panda holding a red ice cream cone, one Panda holding a red umbrella, one Panda holding a yellow heart and two Pandas holding each other. Case History The victim was located near railroad tracks on Myrtle Street in New Britain, CT. Near to what was once called "The Fafnir Building". She was shot to death.