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Snohomish County Jane Doe
« on: February 12, 2009, 07:02:23 PM »
I saw this on Ann Rule's Website.  The individual that murdered Jane Doe has been dealt with however this young woman has had no identity since 1977.  I hope that she can be identified.

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Here are some pictures and videos.


Forensic artist John Hinds holds up his sketch of an unidentified murder victim (Snohomish County Jane Doe) he was able to reconstruct based on viewing only her skull. Photo courtesy of: (Steve Bloom/The Olympian)

Jane Doe's Description:
* Date Discovered: August 14, 1977
* Location Found: Everett, Snohomish County, Washington
* Estimated Age: Between 15 to 21 years old (Most likely 16 to 19 yrs)
* Race: White
* Sex: Female
* Complexion: Appeared to have suntan
* Height: 5' 10" (Measured)
* Weight: Approximately 155 lbs.
* Hair: Short, light to medium brown (No color treatment at time of death).
* Eyes: Unknown
* Clothing: Cut off jean shorts, pink underpants, tank top with white, blue, green and pink pastel stripes.
* Shoes: Mr. Sneeker brand blue and white tennis shoes (Men's Size 7).
* Jewelry: Timex brand watch with brown leather strap and yellow metal face (Worn on left wrist).
* Dentals: Upper two front teeth had dental restorations.
* Miscellaneous: Had no purse or identifying papers in her possession.


Items found with victim:   Cut off jean shorts, pink underpants, tank top with white,  blue, green and pink pastel stripes.  Mr. Sneeker brand blue and white tennis shoes (Men's Size 7). Timex brand watch with brown leather strap and yellow metal face (Worn on left wrist).



10" x 10" Quilt square displayed on "Quilt of Hope" Project


Quilt of Hope is displayed at University of North Texas.

Great thanks and appreciation to Janice Smolinski
(Mother of missing Billy Smolinski)
For all her hard work in creating the Quilt of Hope Project.
www.justice4billy.com

Many thanks to Missy for producing this video for Jane Doe.
Link for this video: [youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNb2rFDlD6U[/youtube]

SPECIAL NOTE TO FAMILIES WHO REPORTED A MISSING LOVED ONE FITTING THIS DESCRIPTION IN THE 1970'S
Authorities are asking anyone who reported a girl missing in the late 1970s (who fits the description of this Jane Doe or somewhat close to it) to contact them, so they can verify that the girl?s name is still in state and national databases for missing persons.
*Please be sure to include: First name, Middle name or initial, Last name and Date of birth.

ATTENTION REPORTERS COVERING THIS STORY FROM 1970'S AND/OR 1992:
Some reporters covered the story in the 1970s and/or in 1992 when the facial reconstruction was made available. If you have photos or video of the facial reconstruction from 1992, please be very careful about using them ? if at all. Because Jane Doe was then believed to be older, the reconstruction reflects her looking much older. Detectives believe the current sketch better reflects what she really looked like.

If you have any information that may help to identify this woman
Please contact:
(You may remain anonymous when submitting information)

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office
Detective James Scharf or Detective David Heitzman
Phone: 1-425-388-3845
Agency Case # 77-17073
NCIC # U-579855433

Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office
Phone: 1-425-438-6209
ME Case #  08SN0977

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Re: Snohomish County Jane Doe
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2009, 07:57:57 AM »
Well done for posting Crafty. This young lady could be Canadian.

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Re: Snohomish County Jane Doe
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2009, 01:22:53 PM »
If she is Canadian, she could be from the Greater Vancouver/Fraser Valley regions.  I have sent an email to a friend of mine in regards to this.  Hopefully we can heat up this cold case.

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Re: Snohomish County Jane Doe
« Reply #3 on: October 25, 2011, 01:53:37 PM »
I was snooping around over lunch and found another interesting bit from this case....:

http://missingpiecesshow.homestead.com/MissingPiecesEpisode96Archive.html

They jumped to the same conclusion i did concerning Cherry Greenman after doing a search of missing women in the 1970s.  Too bad it isn't that easy...sigh.
N.