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    Sheridan, Wyoming
    April 13, 1992

    On April 13, 1992, the victim was discovered in a ditch along I-90 near Sheridan, Wyoming. The location is approximately 5 miles south of the state border between Wyoming and Montana. It is believed the victim was murdered at another location and dumped at the discovery site. The victim was fully clothed other than her shoes and socks, which were missing. It is estimated the victim died in early February 1992.

    DNA evidence obtained from this victim has been analyzed and matches DNA evidence from a different victim, also a "body dump," alongside I-80 in southern Wyoming (see ViCAP Alert 2014-03-03).