This Mississippi case once had the makings of a story that could never be solved: all paperwork and evidence had somehow been destroyed over the years. With nothing concrete to go on, up until today the only information her case file contained was that her death occurred sometime between the years 1980-1988, and her skull was discovered somewhere in Jackson County, Mississippi. One significant piece of information has been retained over the years, despite the loss of evidence: a bathing suit was discovered near her body.
Today, Case 10335 finally has some good news-- this unidentified woman has received two fantastic modern pieces of forensic art to help with identification! Each image* notes a certain dentition uniqueness which may help with identifying this woman.
If you know someone who went missing in the 1980s with a crown on her right incisor, and you believe you can provide information concerning this woman's identity, please contact the case manager listed below. If you would rather reach out anonymously, you can share information to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact the authorities on your behalf.
Medicolegal Death Investigator
Mississippi State Medical Examiner's Office
*Forensic Artist Credit Pending
Update 9/28/18: Artist Kathy Coop, a private citizen and advocate for missing and unidentified people, has created an exceptional additional image to help visualize this woman. This conceptualization is based on the new forensic art that has been released and is not formally associated with the case file.