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    Melissa, TX

    On January 11, 2004 at approximately 11:30pm, this victim was last seen walking along the 1400 Block of State Highway 5 in Melissa (Collin County), Texas. The victim was wearing dark-colored clothing and she was walking along an unlighted portion of the Highway when she attempted to cross the road in front of an on-coming vehicle. The victim was struck and killed by the passing vehicle. No charges have been filed against the driver of the vehicle; however, this white female victim remains unidentified to date.

    The victim was wearing blue jeans, white tennis shoes, a dark-colored jacket and sweater over a blue T-shirt which has the inscription “Jefferson Missouri 2001 Final Four State Championship, Columbia, Missouri”. The inscription refers to a basketball tournament.

    Missing all upper teeth, single lower tooth; Fourth toes are shortened and webbed

    Age: 40 - 60 Hair: Short “salt and pepper” gray
    Eyes: Light blue
    Height: 5'3" - 5'5"
    Weight: 155-170 pounds Sex: Female
    Race: White