Author Topic: NEW BRIGHTON JANE DOE: NF, 25-50, found at Long Lake Regional Park - 15 September 2000  (Read 246 times)


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Ramsey County Jane Doe: Discovered in Minnesota in 2000.
These are forensic reconstructions of the Ramsey County Jane Doe:

Jane Doe was mummified by the time she was discovered in New Brighton, Minnesota on September 15th, 2000. She was found by two people walking in a swampy area in Long Lake Regional Park at 1500 Old Highway 8 NW. Authorities have not released an official cause of death but she is believed to have been murdered. Jane was approximately 25-30 years old and 5'4 to 5'6 at the time of her death. Her weight could not be estimated due to the condition of her remains. She had brown to strawberry blonde hair and was missing an upper left tooth that would have been visible when she smiled. She had extensive dental work done. Only a single white tennis shoe was recovered from the scene, no other clothing or belongings were found.

If you have any information regarding the identity or murder of the Ramsey County Jane Doe, you are encouraged to contact the Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office at 651-266-1700.
Tribal Information: Jane Doe is believed to be white with Native American ancestry. As she is unknown so are her people.

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