Myra Manley Missing since September 2, 1983 from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Classification: Missing http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/2105dfpa.html Vital Statistics Date Of Birth: April 26, 1964 Age at Time of Disappearance: 19 years old Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'5"; 110 lbs. Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair, hazel eyes. Marks, Scars: Mole under right breast. Scar on right hand near the palm that is very noticeable. Clothing: Myra was last seen wearing a tiger-print halter top, purple terrycloth shorts and brown canvas shoes. Dentals: Available. All four wisdom teeth had been extracted. Previous braces. She also had a chipped upper front tooth (possibly the left) that had been repaired. DNA: Available in Codis. Circumstances of Disappearance Manley was last seen her father's residence at the Presidential Apartments on City Line Avenue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the afternoon of Friday, September 2, 1983. She was going to swim in the apartment complex pool. She never returned to the apartment, and no trace of her has ever been found. Unidentified White Female Case File 55UFTX http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/55uftx.html Located on October 8, 1983 in Amarillo, Potter County, Texas. She was a victim of homicide. The victim had been strangled with a rope or cord by someone standing behind her. Estimated Date of Death: 24 - 30 hours prior to discovery Vital Statistics Estimated age: 16 - 30 years old Approximate Height and Weight: 5'6" - 5'8"; 100 - 125 lbs. Distinguishing Characteristics: Shoulder length, slightly curled reddish/light brown or dark blonde hair; hazel or blue eyes. She wore blue-tinted contact lenses. The victim had a small brown birthmark or mole on her left forearm and an extra nipple or birthmark under right breast. Both of her ears were pierced twice. Well manicured fingernails, painted with red polish. Her hair and skin were in good condition. She was well-groomed. She had no tan lines. Clothing: Britannica blue jeans, size 5; a white bra; pink panties with Thursday stitched in red; and white cotton socks. Her blouse and shoes were missing and not located with her body. Jewelry: She was wearing three rings on her fingers: a gold diamond friendship or promise ring; a size 7 wedding band that had been wrapped with a band aid to fit the victim's size 5 finger; and a gold ring with a red garnet or ruby birthstone and a diamond chip on the side. Dentals: Available. Her wisdom teeth were formed but had not broken through the gums. She had a noticeable space between her two front teeth and she had no upper right lateral incisor. Teeth rotated medially. Fingerprints: Available Case History The victim was discovered in a culvert 17 miles north of Amarillo, Texas in Potter County beside U.S. 287. The body had been dragged along the roadway and then partially shoved inside a concrete culvert about 80 feet from the highway on the east side of the road. It is not believed that the woman was sexually assaulted. Police traced the victim's polycon II blue-tinted contact lenses to a manufacturing lab in Arizona, but were unable to determine whom the lenses belonged to or who made them. Tests on the victim's type A-positive blood revealed that she had consumed little or no alcohol prior to her death and was not a drug user. Jane Doe's well-groomed appearence marked her as someone other than a transient or street person. She is believed to not be local to the area.