Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office Cold Case Project

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Victim Jane Doe
Case # 89-H-001
Date 01/02/1989
Synopsis On 01-02-1989 skeletal remains were discovered by a man walking his dog in the area of 16100 W. Wekiwa Rd. Sand Springs, Ok. Discovered with the remains were one white sandal and remnants of a ladies blouse blue with white polka dots, and white skirt. Also discovered on the left hand were two rings a silver ring with a triangular turquoise design encircling the ring, and a silver ring decorated with braided wire. The medical examiners office determined the victim to be a white or Hispanic female in her 20’s around 5’9 to 6’00 tall. The medical examiners office also determined the manner of death to be a homicide resulting from blunt trauma. Depicted is a skeletal reconstruction of what Jane Doe would have looked like at the time of her death.
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