Overview of 2005 Palm Beach County Jane Doe
On April 18, 2005, a British long-distance cyclist who was pedaling north along the isolated U.S. 27 road into Palm Beach County was looking for a place to camp overnight. As he looked at his surroundings, he noticed a large blue container partially hidden off a dirt road, 500 feet west of US 27. Inside the blue Rubbermaid container (see photo) was the decedent's nude body. She had been killed, wrapped in plastic, and stuffed inside the container. Genotype results from DNA extracted from her hair show she could have been from Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, or North Macedonia. A Forensic Odontologist stated that due to her teeth composition, she is believed to be elderly. There is nothing to suggest the decedent was a prostitute, and her toxicology results show she was negative for drugs.
Estimated Date of Death: Months Prior State of Remains: Not recognizable - Decomposing/putrefaction Cause of Death: Homicide
Dentals: Available. Gap between two front teeth; gold fillings in left upper and right lower molars; missing right upper molars; numerous porcelain fused and gold crowns Fingerprints: Available DNA: Available
Clothing: None Jewelry: None Additional Personal Items: None
The Doe Network Case Number: 555UFFL