Overview of 1969 Pinellas County Jane Doe
The victim was discovered at 4200 34th Street South in a wooded area in view of a busy restaurant parking lot of The Oyster Bar. She was found in plastic wrapped with masking tape and curled into a new, plain black steamer trunk or foot locker. The trunk was manufactured by Nonbreakable Trunk Company and its dimensions are 35 1/2" x 16 1/2" x 20 1/4". She suffered blunt trauma to the head and was strangled with a red or maroon bolo tie cord, about 20 inches in length. Chemical isotope testing indicated she was not native to Florida. The tests showed she was likely born in the Southeastern part of the country and lived in the northern Southeastern states for several years preceding her death.
Estimated Date of Death: 2-3 days prior State of Remains: Decomposed Cause of Death: Homicide by strangulation
Dentals: Available. Possibly had small, partial, upper front plate, for four missing teeth. Poor oral hygiene. Surgical absence of all wisdom teeth. Teeth appeared crowded. Fingerprints: Available. DNA: Available.
Clothing: Top part of a green "shortie" type nightgown with a floral design and lace at the top. Jewelry: Unknown Additional Personal Items: Unknown
The Doe Network Case Number: 661UFFL