Unidentified Biracial Female, Pregnant, Skeletal Remains, 2002 NY

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    Unidentified Biracial Female

    • The victim was discovered on August 29, 2002 in Huron, Wayne County, New York.
    • Estimated Date of Death: between late June and early August 2002
    • Cause of death is Homicide.
    • Skeletal Remains

    Vital Statistics

    • Estimated age: 30 - 40 years old (closer to 40)
    • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'1" - 5'6"
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: This victim's race is classified by anthropologists as Admixed (Black, White, and possibly Hispanic) with emphasis on Black. Possibly brown-reddish, wavy hair that was possibly dyed. 7 - 8 months pregnant.
    • Dentals: Available.
    • DNA: Available.
    • Clothing: None located.
    • Fingerprints: Partial available.

    Case History
    Skeletal remains of an adult female and fetus were located in a wooded area north of a state fishing access and boat launch road in the Town of Huron, N.Y. This area is midway between Rochester and Syracuse, N.Y. There is access to Lake Ontario from this location. Police believe the assailant dumped the body in the location. The woman was 7 months pregnant at the time of death. She was wrapped in a tan shower curtain with royal blue shower rings.
    This case is one of six unsolved homicides of woman in the area over the past two years but no confirmed connection has been made.
    To date, investigators have researched over 500 missing person cases in the United States and Canada and all but seven have been eliminated. They are also working with Puerto Rico and Mexico to help with the identification process.
    Investigators have interviewed residents in the area as well as doctors who might have treated the woman during her pregnancy.
    She may be a migrant worker.

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