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Case File 779UFNM
Reconstruction of Victim
Unidentified White Female
- The victim was discovered on March 10, 1985 in Dona Ana County, New Mexico
- Estimated Date of Death: Months prior
- Skeletal Remains
- Estimated age: 16-19 years old
- Approximate Height and Weight: Unknown.
- Distinguishing Characteristics: Light brown/blonde hair. Two painted pink finger nails. Possible healed basal fracture, nonspecific porosity found on posterior parietals and upper occipital, 2-3rd lumbar showed 'dished' or 'wasted' which is noted in the anthro report to be unusual for a person so young.
- Clothing: Pink bra with two snaps present, pink panties, sweatshirt with 'Wilson' sporting goods name, two under wire bra supports, thought to have come out of the bra.
- Dentals: Available
Three men hunting, came across skeletal remains off of County Road E73. This road was known to be frequented and traveled by ranchers, hunters, that led to Hatch NM.
The remains were found covered/buried by thin black plastic, with bones scattered in the same area.
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New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator
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