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    Staten Island, New York

    On September 20, 1991, this female victim was recovered in a vacant lot near a hospital in Staten Island, New York. She was wearing a black ¾-length dress with a pink-colored collar and pockets, Thom McAnn “balloon” sneakers, two gold necklaces, and a ring with a small watch face.

    The victim had a tattoo of a scorpion on her right buttock.

    Age: 20 to 27 years old Hair: Brown, curly
    Height: 5’5”
    Weight: 120 pounds Sex: Female
    Race: White