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    LaVergne, Tennessee
    November 14, 2007

    On November 14, 2007, the unidentified skeletal remains of a Black female were discovered in a remote wooded area in LaVergne, Tennessee. It is estimated the victim had been deceased since the spring or summer of 2007. No clothing was located in the area of these unidentified human remains; however, jewelry was found. The victim had some dental work completed on her teeth. For additional information regarding this victim, refer to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUS) unidentified persons database, case report number UP#5281.

    An Avon "Loveable Pets" stretch bracelet with pictures of cats on it (made in 2003), a bracelet with ceramic beads and a dark cord, and a gold-plated ring with light blue and amber-colored stones were found with the remains.

    Age: 30 to 45 years old Hair: Brown, short
    Eyes: Unknown
    Height: 5'5" to 5'6"
    Weight: Undetermined Sex: Female
    Race: Black (may be mixed descent - Black/White)