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Jane Manhattan Doe2003

NCIC# U210029679 , NamUs# 5703

Date Found: February 10, 2003

Location Found: MANHATTAN, NY, US

Estimated Age: 16-21 Years Old


Skeletal remains of an unidentified female were found in Manhattan, New York on February 10, 2003. Her body was found in a building’s basement on W. 46th Street.Based on an anthropologist’s assessment and evidence found with the female, it’s estimated she had been deceased between 10-34 years, placing date of death between 1969 -1993, with the most likely time frame in the late 80s – early 90s. The female is Caucasian, 16-21 years old. She was short, standing between 4’11” – 5’4” tall. Her hair color may have been a reddish brown. Eye color and weight cannot be determined. Remnants of clothing were found with her body that consisted of a bra (approximate size 32A), pantyhose and clothing labels from Lady Garment Workers Union. A yellow metal ring with the initials “P G Mc.” or “P Mc. G” was found on her right pinky finger and is pictured above. A 1966 Bulova watch, a 1969 dime, and a small plastic green toy soldier were also found with the female. The female had extensive dental work performed that included fillings, crowns and root canals. The images above are a facial reconstruction completed by an artist with the NY Academy of Art and depicts what the female may have looked like in life.

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New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner 1-212-447-2770 Case #M03-00825

NCMEC: 1107110