The Doe Network Case 1024UFMI - http://doenetwork.org/cases/1024ufmi.html NamUs UP Case 8129 https://identifyus.org/cases/8129 Left to right: Victim's wig and T-shirt Unidentified Black Female Date of Discovery: June 7, 2010 Location of Discovery: Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan Estimated Date of Death: Two months prior State of Remains: Not recognizable - Mummified Cause of Death: Unknown Physical Description Estimated Age: 35-55 years old Race: Black Gender: Female Height: 5'4" to 5'6" Weight: Unknown Hair Color: Black, graying short and tightly curled. Wearing a 6" straight wig with red highlights. The wig was 'Quick' brand and had two combs sewn into the elastic band on the inside. Eye Color: Unknown Distinguishing Marks/Features: Left earlobe was pierced with two studs. Right ear was not recovered. Natural fingernails polished with orange/bronze metallic polish. Old healed fractures present on the left 8th rib and right nasal bone. She had probably given birth to at least one child. Dentals: Available. Tooth #11 is a composite resin restoration. Incisal/Occlusal wear on teeth #5, #8 and #9. Fingerprints: Not available. DNA: Sample available - Not yet submitted. Clothing & Personal Items Clothing: Dark blue or black Bonnie August nylon water resistant windbreaker (size L/XL), blue short sleeved T-shirt with "Yale Equestrian" and a horse logo (size L), and dark blue jogging suit pants. Jewelry: Gold-toned bracelet worn on the left wrist. Additional Personal Items: Unknown Case History The victim's mummified remains were lying on a matress in a vacant house at 544 Wilkins Street (near I-75 and Mack) in Detroit.