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Chautauqua County Jane Doe was a woman found murdered in New York in 1983. A document found with her body suggests she was native to Canada or Europe.
The victim was found lying in a ditch on Route 17 after being shot four times; once in the mouth, the back and twice in the chest. It has not been released how long she was dead. She was also sexually assaulted.
- She had a mole on her left cheek and one behind her left ear.
- Her eyes were brown.
- Her hair was brown and slightly graying.
- She had a wart above the left eyebrow.
- She had given birth about 15 years before her murder.
- She appeared to have expensive European dental work, some including gold, on the right side of her upper set of teeth.
- Her blood type was A+
- She had a scar on her throat.
- Her shoe size was estimated to be a 5 or 6.
- She had an IUD made in either Finland, Belgium or the Netherlands.
Clothing and accessories
- She wore a white V-Neck, Italian-made camisole.
- An expensive plaid trench coat with green, red and brown coloration with a reversible olive-colored wool side.
- A handmade skirt with shades of brown, blue and red.
- A note from the Blue Boy Motor Lodge, a company from B.C., Canada.