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    Coconino County, AZ

    On October 24, 2003, deer hunters found the body of a woman laying face down in a wooded area off Devil Dog Road about one mile South of Interstate 40 and six miles West of Williams, Arizona. This area is a popular entrance into the Grand Canyon National Park. The victim died from a single blow to her head and was likely killed someplace other than where her body was discovered.

    An examination of the dental records revealed extensive dental work worth $20,000. These restorations included porcelain fused to metal crowns, a root canal, a full gold crown, and a three unit fixed partial denture (bridge).

    Moles on the left side of the forehead, tip of the right shoulder, left clavicle, front of the right lower leg, right ankle; Old scars are noted on the back of the left hand, below the right knee, and on the back of the right forearm

    Age: Over 60 Hair: Blondish-gray hair in a bob style
    Eyes: Brown
    Height: 5'4"
    Weight: 150 Sex: Female
    Race: White