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    Highland Park, Michigan
    May 20, 1996

    On Monday, May 20, 1996, the unidentified female remains were discovered in an alleyway in Highland Park, Michigan. The female had some dental work completed and had a number of teeth with decay; however she was not missing any of her teeth. It is believed that she was bi-racial, had "O" blood type, and smoked tobacco cigarettes.

    The victim was wearing the following: a white shirt with yellow and black print smilely faces; a white skirt; white socks with low cut black and white gym shoes; and a "teddy bear" watch with a leather band on her left arm. Regarding distinguishing characteristics, the female's blood type was "O". Her fingernails were purple and her toenails were pink in color. The victim was drug-free, but may have smoked cigarettes.

    Hair: Brown (reddish in a ponytail)
    Eyes: Brown
    Height: 5'3" (approximately)
    Weight: 191 pounds (approxmately) Sex: Female
    Race: Possibly bi-racial