This UID was newly-added to Doe's page a few days ago. For some reason, the link does not contain the exact doe page, so this UID female's case number is 28UFOK on Doe Network. Following are the details: Unidentified White Female * The victim was discovered on May 7, 1988 in Tahlequah, Cherokee County, Oklahoma * Estimated Date of Death: 5 days prior Vital Statistics * Estimated age: 25-30 years old * Approximate Height and Weight: 5'8" * Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown / red shoulder-length hair. Pierced ears. * Marks, Scars: Green and yellow Daisy tattoo on left shoulder, two small scars on right knee, mole under left breast. * Clothing: White pullover shirt with "Love is like a butterfly. It goes wherever it pleases and pleases wherever it goes." on front, with three-quarter sleeves; anklet socks and a bra. Two yellow metal bands, one with filigree edge, one silver ring with turquoise coral inlaid. * Dentals: Not available. Perfect teeth with no fillings, and no missing teeth. * Fingerprints: Available Case History The victim was located floating near Fort Gibson Dam in Cherokee County, on May 7, 1988. A 28-pound cement block was tied with a cable around her waist. Investigators If you have any information about this case please contact: Office of the Chief Medical Examiner 405-239-7141 You may remain anonymous when submitting information. Agency Case Number: 8809167 I thought the following were possibilities: Susan Renee Smalley http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/102dftx.html here's a side by side: Missing since March 20, 1988 from Carrollton, Dallas County, Texas. # Age at Time of Disappearance: 18 years old # Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'8; 140 pounds # Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair; green eyes. She wears glasses or contacts. # Marks, Scars: Smalley's ears are both pierced multiple times. # Clothing: White sweater and blue pants. She was carrying a navy shoulder bag with camel trim. If I find more matches, I will add. I will also check NAMUS to see if there have been any rule-outs.