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  1. JANE DOE

    Woodburn, Oregon
    1/12/2004

    Victim was found in a field adjacent to Interstate-5, in a rural, semi-wooded area. She had been deceased for 5-8 months. Cause of death is undetermined but manner of death was homicidal violence.

    Clothes/Jewelry/Possessions: Purple fingernail polish on some fingernails; gold fingernail polish on toenails. XOXO-brand denim jacket with two breast pockets and metal buttons. L.E.I-brand jeans. Loveable-brand bra, size 36C. Victoria’s Secret-brand thong, size large. Ralph Lauren-brand white ankle socks with a flag printed on the ankle portion over the words "Polo Jeans."

    The victim had unerupted third molars and a metal rod in the left leg, 14" long, 1/2" diameter, inserted into medullar cavity of the femur.

    Age: 20 to 35 years old Hair: Black
    Eyes: Brown
    Height: 4’10” to 5’3”
    Weight: Slightly obese Sex: Female
    Race: Hispanic or White