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7097

  • NAMUS CASE 7097

     

     

    ESTIMATED YEAR OF DEATH: 1967

    SEX: FEMALE

    RACE: WHITE

    AGE: 16-25

    STATE: DELAWARE

    HEIGHT: 5'2", measured

    WEIGHT: 110, measured

    HAIR: BROWN

    EYES: BROWN

     

    Young woman's body discovered in a laundry bag on Saturday March 18, 1967 near Bear/Glasgow, Delaware. Clad in blue bikini style panties, manufacturers label removed.

     

    Hair tied back with a 1/2" X 8" red ribbon. Lobules of both ears pierced. Vaccination scar on front of the left thigh. No birth marks or surgical scars. Natural teeth in good dental repair, probably last seen by a dentist about six months to a year prior to death.

     

    Body was in a 24" X 36" white cloth Laundry bag which bears the following visible markings; Bag O - Storage American Laundry Dry Cleaning EX4 5277

     

    [14 missing person exclusions]

     

    Forensic Art by NCMEC artist and Carl Koppelman