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UP 9680
Sex Female
Race White
Location Manorville, New York
Found November 19, 2000
April 4, 2011
Unidentified for 19 years
Postmortem interval Weeks
Body condition Traumatic injuries
Age approximation 18-40
Height approximation 5'2
Weight approximation N/A
Cause of death Homicide

Manorville Jane Doe was a young or middle aged woman whose torso was discovered in Manorville, New York 2000. Her head, hands and right foot were later found near Gilgo Beach, New York in 2011. She is a confirmed victim of the Long Island Serial Killer.

She was identified through DNA match in May 2020 and police are to make an announcement regarding her identity sometime this week.


The nude, dismembered torso of a woman's body was discovered in Manorville, New York on November 19th, 2000. Around 11 years later on April 4, 2011, her head, hands and right foot were found in a plastic bag in the vicinity of Ocean Parkway on Gilgo Beach. No personal items, jewelry, or clothing were found with the partially recovered remains.

Investigators believe she was a prostitute in the New York City area. She is one of eleven victims found along the remote Long Island highway. However, only ten of the victims are believed to be victims of a serial killer.


  • Brown hair.
  • Eye color is unknown.
  • Her left and right nasal nones had previously been fractured and then healed.



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