I've been working on Doe HotCases without pictures to see if I can find any matches on demographics alone. Here is an interesting possibility. Maybe a long-shot because of the distance, but nearly everything else falls right into place. The Doe Network: Case 849UFMN http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/849ufmn.html NamUs UP 4804 https://identifyus.org/en/cases/4804 Unidentified White Female * The victim was discovered on July 20, 1977 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota Vital Statistics * Estimated age: 16-30 years old * Approximate Height and Weight: 5'8"; 130 lbs. * Distinguishing Characteristics: Medium length, brown hair; green eyes. Multiple abdominal stria. * Clothing: Green, red, blue vertically striped shirt with thinner lateral stripes; high waisted blue jeans; brown knee-high stockings; size 5 underwear. Approximate size 8 to 9 shoes. * Dentals: Available. Multiple dental fillings, silver and gold. Chipped teeth. Case History The victim was located in the In mississippi River, between Childs and Warner Road in St. Paul, Minnesota on July 20, 1977. Investigators If you have any information about this case please contact: Hennepin County ME Roberta Geiselhart 612-215-6300 _____________________________________________________ Could this be Cheryl Ann Moser-Iacovone? http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/i/iacovone_cheryl.html Date of Last Contact: 12-Jul-77 - 8 Days before UID found. Age: 17 - Within Range Race: Caucasion - Match Height: 5'8" - Match Eyes: Green - Match Hair Color: Listed as blonde, but based on photo, could be light brown - UID listed as Brown. Hair Length: Medium - Match Weight: 120 lbs - 10 lbs below estimate The only problem is the distance. 1,150 miles. Since there is very little information about her disappearance, any scenario is possible, including being kidnapped by a trucker or a Christopher Wilder cross-country psycho type. Also, the UID is listed as having chipped teeth, which aren't apparent in CAMI's photos. Is this worth a shot?