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The pictures on this flyer were taken in 1990 two years after the unidentified female in the picture assumed the identity of a deceased child. Do you recognize this “Jane Doe” female suspect? Jane Doe committed Suicide in 2010 leaving very few clues as to her identity. Her age at the time of these 1990 photos was approximately 21-30 years old. She was approximately 5’10” in height 160 lbs in weight with brown hair and hazel eyes. https://identifyus.org/en/cases/9863

Who is she - Stole Identity

UID F Nov 1 2013 - Washington DC




















UID M Vegas 2013




Who is she - Female Homicide Victim - 1998 Ohio

































Who is Jane “Sally” Doe? 3 years later, authorities discover she is Edith Allen of Georgia
By Carol Robinson | crobinson@al.com
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on August 13, 2013 at 9:54 AM, updated August 13, 2013 at 10:05 AM

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – After three years of searching for the identity of a woman dumped at St. Vincent’s East wearing only a hospital gown and an adult diaper, authorities say they finally have a name and some answers as to how and why she ended up discarded in Birmingham.
Jane “Sally” Doe, found wandering the hospital’s waiting area on Aug. 31, 2010, is 63-year-old Edith Allen of Douglasville, Georgia. In addition to identifying the woman who has barely spoken in three years and now is bedridden and on a feeding tube, authorities on Monday arrested a Georgia woman who they say has collected more than $25,000 in Allen’s social security benefits over the past three years.
“It’s a relief to me,” said Lt. Scott Bartle, the Alabama Bureau of Investigation agent who has spearheaded the search for justice and Allen’s true identity. “It’s been a long, drawn-out process over something that should have never happened.”……………..CLICK TO READ FULL DETAILS.




UNIDENTIFIED FEATURED CASES……….Perhaps you recognize them?

Police believe man may be from Dundalk area

Click ‘John Doe’ for more information from the Baltimore Police Dept


October 18, 2012

Press Release:   Grim Sleeper Serial Killer (California): 42 Photos of Unidentified Women, Some Unconscious, Released .

They are hoping some are still alive, however, some may be deceased and their families not even aware.

Link to 42 Photos of Unidentified Women (Some sleeping; some not. The police want to ID these women. Do you know them?)

Others that LAPD Needs identified: Click poster below for slideshow.

If you recognize anyone …Call1-877-LAPD-24-7. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous may call Crimestoppers at 800-222-TIPS (800-222-8477). Tipsters may contact Crimestoppers by texting the number 274637 (C-R-I-M-E-S on most keypads) with a cell phone. All text messages should begin with the letters “LAPD.” Tipsters may also go to LAPDOnline.org, click on “webtips” and follow the prompts.









GRAPHIC PHOTO:  Who is this unidentified male? Newport News, VA – Sept 29, 2012















Found 1991 – UNIDENTIFIED – Arkansas



Multiple Unidentified Victims In New Hampshire:

Unidentified Woman and 3 children found in New Hampshire.  Who are they?

On November 10, 1985, the skeletal remains of an adult female and one female child were located in Allenstown, NH.

On 05-09-2000, the skeletal remains of two additional female children were recovered.

All four victims were found in barrels and may be biologically linked, but DNA results are still pending.

All four decedents are believed to be Caucasian or Native American and they are believed to have died in the early 1980’s.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children did the recreated busts
to aid in identifying them.

UPDATE FEB 2010:  The adult female is maternally related but she is not the mother, the middle child is not related at all.
There are some changes on the age estimates also and we will update when we receive.



Unidentified Female Child, aprox. 3 years old recovered in Ware County, GA






December 20, 1976 Unidentified remains of 8 month pregnant woman.
Carbon County, Pennsylvania





Female Body Discovered November 15, 1978 in Granby, Massachusetts






Unknown Deceased Female recovered in Yemassee, SC in 1995  (Click photos for info)





Unidentified Female Remains located in Lake Thunderbird, Oklahoma
August 31, 2008



NamUs:  National Missing and Unidentified Persons System


Please click the banner to enter the NamUs website.  LostNMissing enters all missing loved ones with the hopes that recognition can be made, or in the case of those who have passed can be matched to an unidentified loved one.
Site should be used by all law enforcement, coroners, medical examiners, and all lay persons who have an interest in trying to help locate, or identify, a missing or unidentified loved one.
Below link, read info if you are a Medical Examiner or Coroner.



Initially, some medical examiner and coroner users find it a strange concept to register for access to the missing person side of NamUs. Most medical examiners and coroners feel that their place is to focus solely on the unidentified decedents. However, medical examiners and coroners can register on the missing side of NamUs as “Medicolegal Investigators”, and the missing person database can help them investigate their cases of unidentified human remains.
The benefit to registering for the missing person side of the system is more direct access to biological information on missing persons for comparison to the unidentified remains. Having
the medical examiner and coroner communities plugged into the system enhances the ability to share data within the NamUs community, where users have direct access to more detailed dental information, DNA status and location, and digital fingerprints when these are available.
NamUs is an investigative tool and it makes perfect sense for Medicolegal investigators seek access to both the missing and unidentified databases.
Written by, Carol Moore
Carole Moore is the management columnist at Law Enforcement Technology, where she is also a contributing editor. A former police officer and criminal investigator, she writes frequently on criminal justice issues. Her book, The Last Place You’d Look: True Stories of Missing Persons and the People Who Search for Them, will be released in May (Rowman & Littlefield).




Click link to view website/blog by the Can You Identify Me group.