Murder Victim
Sacramento, California
June 29, 2001

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  • Facial Reconstruction Using Victim’s Original Skull and Teeth
  • Comforter in which the victim may have been wrapped
  • Facial Reconstructions Using Victim’s Original Skull and Teeth
  • Facial Reconstruction Using Victim’s Original Skull and Teeth


Age Late Teens or Early 20s
Hair Dark
Eyes Dark
Height Approximately 5'0"
Build Thin
Sex Female
Race White


The victim may have been wrapped or carried in a comforter (see additional images). Her teeth were very well cared for in that there were no dental fillings, plastic/composite sealants were applied to the teeth, and all four anterior premolars were missing. In the past, the victim had a broken nose. She may have been wearing "Structure" brand jeans at the time of her death.


On June 29, 2001, at approximately 4:45 a.m., the Sacramento, California, Fire Department responded to a possible structure fire in the area of 14th Avenue and Power Inn Road. Upon arrival, firefighters located a dumpster fire just west of Power Inn Road. After extinguishing the fire, the remains of a badly burned female were found. The victim's cause of death was ruled to be acute thermal injury, which means that the victim was alive while the fire was burning and there were soot deposits throughout her upper and lower respiratory tracts. The victim remains unidentified.

It was reported that, just prior to the fire, a Seventies-era, orange Datsun 240Z or 260Z with a primer gray left front fender was seen in the area.

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