• instagram @deathclues
  • Facebook theunidentifiedorg
  • instagram @deathclues
  • Facebook theunidentifiedorg

Case information is sourced from NAMUS.

Additional Case Information is sourced from The Doe Network.

Copyright: Design | The Unidentified | 2019

Theunidentified.org is funded through donations made to the Wisconsin non-profit organization Someday Known.

100% of donations on this site will be used to  pay for the costs of running theunidentified.org. Every donation is appreciated.

 

 

 

5820

  • NAMUS CASE 5820

     

     

    ESTIMATED YEAR OF DEATH: 1976

    SEX: FEMALE

    RACE: BLACK

    AGE: 15-30

    STATE: CALIFORNIA

    HEIGHT: 5'6", measured

    WEIGHT: 160, measured

    HAIR: BLACK

    EYES: HAZEL

     

    Early on the morning of Saturday, August 28, 1976, at about 0200 hours, a pedestrian attempting to cross lanes of traffic along Interstate 15, was struck and killed by a northbound automobile 1.5 miles south of the Baker Blvd. overcrossing. The woman, a Black female appearing in her early 20s (but for search purposes will be broadcasted as 15 to 30), was designated Jane Doe #04-76. She was described as 5'6" tall, 160 lbs , with short to medium length black hair (4" average), and hazel eyes.

    Earlobes had healed perforations, Fingernails had remnant of black polish.

    She had a 1.75" scar just below the naval, a 0.5" scar to the right breast, and a 1" irregular scar over the abdominal area.

    Octagan-shaped black plastic prescription glasses. 25+100X90 on 4 base. 46X42 Octagon. 22 Bridge, temple 5.25.

     

     

    [4 missing person exclusions]

    Forensic Art by NCMEC artist and Carl Koppelman