Left: Sketch of Victim created by Wesley Neville; Center: by NCMEC
Unidentified White Female
This young woman was apparently a hitchhiker; investigation after her death revealed that she had been seen on the Florida coast during the days preceding her death.
In her pockets, she carried $30.00 and three business cards -- from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Canutillo, Texas, and West Monroe, Louisiana. Investigators contacted the names on the cards. Two of them were no help. The third, a Louisiana police officer, thought he might have talked to the girl, a runaway, a couple days before she was killed. If it's the same girl, she had a friend or a sister in Las Vegas and a thick Cajun accent. She might have been hitchhiking to Las Vegas.
The victim died from injuries as a result of being hit by a tractor-trailer truck on Interstate 95, near State Road 84 at approximately 14:20 on August 3, 1982.
If you have any information on the identity of this woman, please contact:
Broward County Medical Examiner's Office
All information may be submitted on an anonymous basis.
Agency Case Number:
NCMEC #: NCMCu400080
Wesley Neville: Forensic Artist
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Florida Missing Children Information Clearinghouse