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{{UID|name = Aiken County Jane Doe|image = [[File:46UFSC.jpg|200px]]|sex = {{F}}|race = {{Black}}|location = Aiken, South Carolina|found = January 25, 1993|span = {{age|1993|1|25}}|postmortem interval = 1 - 3 years|body condition = {{sk}}|age approximation = 25 - 32|height approximation = 5'4 - 5'7|weight approximation = N/A|cause of death = {{stab}}}}
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{{UID_Infobox|title1=Aiken County Jane Doe|image1=46UFSC.jpg|discovered=January 25, 1993|span={{age|1993|1|25}}|sex={{F}}|location=Aiken, South Carolina|age=25-32|race={{Black}}|height=5'4 - 5'7|condition={{sk}}|pmi=1-3 years|cod={{Stab}}}}'''Aiken County Jane Doe''' was a woman found murdered in 1993. She is believed to be a victim of a serial killer, preceding an [[Aiken County Jane Doe (1987)|unidentified victim]] found in 1987.
 
[[File:46UFSC2.jpg|thumb|left|Additional view]]
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==Case==
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An unidentified black female's skeletal remains were discovered near Shaw's Creek off of Highway 191 in Aiken County, South Carolina on January 25, 1993. The victim's death was estimated to be around 1990-92.
   
'''Aiken County Jane Doe''' was a woman found murdered in 1993. She is believed to be a victim of a serial killer, preceding an [[Aiken County Jane Doe (1987)|unidentified victim]] found in 1987.
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Her remains were burned in a ground fire. Her murder is possibly related to two other unsolved homicide cases of black women in Aiken County, including the murders of Jackie Council and a previous victim found in 1987.
   
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All three victims were found naked, and approximately a half-mile from each other. Despite the fact that Henry Louis Wallace was suspected, who assaulted black women in South Carolina, no one has been charged with any of the three Aiken County cases.
[[File:46UFSC2.jpg|thumb|left|Additional view]]
 
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==Characteristics==
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*She had a slim to medium build.
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*She was right-handed.
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*She had an overbite.
   
==Links==
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== Exclusions ==
   
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* [https://www.namus.gov/MissingPersons/Case#/20497 Dannette Brooks]
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==Sources==
 
*{{Doe Network|46ufsc.html|Aiken County Jane Doe}}
 
*{{Doe Network|46ufsc.html|Aiken County Jane Doe}}
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*{{NamUs|52657|Aiken County Jane Doe}}
 
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Latest revision as of 04:50, 18 July 2021

Aiken County Jane Doe was a woman found murdered in 1993. She is believed to be a victim of a serial killer, preceding an unidentified victim found in 1987.

Additional view

Case

An unidentified black female's skeletal remains were discovered near Shaw's Creek off of Highway 191 in Aiken County, South Carolina on January 25, 1993. The victim's death was estimated to be around 1990-92.

Her remains were burned in a ground fire. Her murder is possibly related to two other unsolved homicide cases of black women in Aiken County, including the murders of Jackie Council and a previous victim found in 1987.

All three victims were found naked, and approximately a half-mile from each other. Despite the fact that Henry Louis Wallace was suspected, who assaulted black women in South Carolina, no one has been charged with any of the three Aiken County cases.

Characteristics

  • She had a slim to medium build.
  • She was right-handed.
  • She had an overbite.

Exclusions

Sources