"Monique" was the nickname given to a woman found in Phoenix, Arizona.
She is currently undergoing testing by the DNA Doe Project.
She was found in an abandoned 2-door blue Honda Accord with partial AZ plate VRS353 at North 24th Street and East Monroe Street at around 7:00 PM on February 4, 1997. She was a known transient who was sleeping in the car when it caught fire. The car was not hers and was not registered in the state of Arizona. She is believed to have died of smoke exposure. Her body was too burned for fingerprints, but her DNA was collected and uploaded into CODIS. She is buried at the White Tanks Cemetery in Goodyear, Arizona as "Jane C. Doe".
- Very short black hair that was possibly white on top.
- 5-inch abdominal surgical scar from a partial salpingectomy.
- Tubal litigation with plastic rings present.
- Possible history of mental illness.
- All of her upper teeth and some of her lower teeth were missing.
Clothing and accessories
- Brown vinyl purse with one handle and a zipper for closure. The purse was empty but had numerous words written on the outside of it in blue ink "Moniqued hates allende spiriteds from out of hell moniqued hates all satan god malesd childrens and shall soon be alal end evil".
- Blue pants.
- Gray shirt.
- Broken yellow metal necklace with large links.
- Watch (worn on right wrist according to multiple sources, though the Phoenix Police Department has said it was worn on left wrist).