On November 10, 1979, an unidentified female victim was recovered in a cornfield on Route 20 near Town of Caledonia, NY (23 miles s/w of Rochester) in Livingston County. An unknown male was seen with the victim at a diner near the recovery location.
The unidentified female victim's hair was frosted about four months prior to her death. She had visible tan lines. She wore tan corduroy jeans, a multi-colored plaid cotton/polyester shirt, blue knee socks, brown rippled-sole shoes, a red nylon-lined man's windbreaker with black stripes down the arms and a collar label reading Auto Sports.