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    Holmes County, OH

    On September 15, 2008, workers discovered human skeletal remains in a wooded area in Holmes County, Ohio. The remains were located along an embankment, approximately six feet from the roadway. No clothing, jewelry or identifying information was recovered. Victim’s DNA has been forwarded to the University of Northern Texas for inclusion in CODIS.

    Partial upper denture. The denture replaced the anterior teeth and was held in place by wires and two premolars. Three (3) shortened teeth roots were left in place and covered by the denture. It has been suggested that this denture may have been made while the victim was in prison.

    Victim may have given birth at least once.

    Age: 24 - 45 Hair: Black – Tightly Curled
    Height: 5’5” – 5’9”
    Weight: 120 - 150 pounds Sex: Female
    Race: Black