JUVENILE JANE DOE
Possible Homicide Victim
January 28, 2012
On the morning of January 28, 2012, skeletal remains were located at a trailer park on Hurst Street in Opelika, Alabama, after residents observed a skull on the premises. It was later determined that the remains were believed to be those of a young African American girl, 4 to 7 years of age. The child was likely abused and malnourished, and the cause of death was ruled to be probable homicide.
A forensic reconstruction of the girl's appearance was done based on the skeletal remains and is shown above. Additionally, shown above are composites of a reconstruction that resemble a digital photograph of what Juvenile Jane Doe might have looked like at the time of her homicide. Law enforcement officials are seeking the public's assistance with the identification of the girl.