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{{Identified|image = [[File:Charlene Ellen Stinson.jpg|200px]]|realname = Charlene Ellen Stinson|sex = {{F}}|found = July 25, 2003|location = Washoe County, Nevada|missing from = Oakland, California|identified = August 2018|timespan = 15 years|age = 40 - 43|cause of death = {{presumed}}}}
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'''Charlene Ellen Stinson''' was a woman who disappeared from Alameda, California in 2001. Her remains were discovered over two years later, in Washoe County, Nevada.
 
'''Charlene Ellen Stinson''' was a woman who disappeared from Alameda, California in 2001. Her remains were discovered over two years later, in Washoe County, Nevada.
   
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Charlene Ellen Stinson was a woman who disappeared from Alameda, California in 2001. Her remains were discovered over two years later, in Washoe County, Nevada.

Case

Little is known about Stinson's disappearance, which occurred on January 2, 2001.

When her remains were recovered in an area near Reno, Nevada, the victim was thought to be between 26 and 36 at the time of her death, which investigators believe was a homicide.

The remains had been wrapped in a shower curtain and left along Interstate 80. It was estimated the body had been there at least three weeks prior.

Her remains were identified through the use of fingerprints and dental examination.

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