Overview of 1982 Palm Beach County Jane Doe 4
The victim's body was found with two males, 2506UMFL and 2507UMFL in C-51 Canal, eight miles west of U.S. 441 on New Hope Sugar property in Loxahatchee. The body was wrapped in clothing, bed linen, and plastic. The wrapping was held together by clothesline, window cord and fishing lines. A pair of loose handcuffs were found near the remains. She had been shot twice in the back. Investigators believe the killings could be drug-related and that the trio was killed elsewhere.
Estimated Date of Death: Days to a week prior State of Remains: Decomposed Cause of Death: Homicide by gunshot
Dentals: Available. She had poor teeth with substantial tooth decay. Fingerprints: Not available. DNA: Not available.
Clothing: A multi-colored scarf and a light colored short sleeve T-shirt with an image on the front of a camel, pyramid, and palm trees in the desert. Jewelry: Unknown Additional Personal Items: A pair of prescription eye glasses.
The Doe Network Case Number: 1220UFFL