Opelika Jane Doe
Opelika NCMEC
Sex Female
Race Black
Location Opelika, Alabama
Found January 28, 2012
Unidentified for 7 years
Postmortem interval 8 months - 2 years
Body condition Skeletal
Age approximation 3 - 7
Height approximation N/A
Weight approximation N/A
Cause of death Presumed homicide

Opelika Jane Doe was a child whose partial skeleton was found near a trailer park in 2012.


It is believed she had been neglected and abused while alive. Only a few bones, including the skull and mandible were found.

In 2016, investigators received a tip including photographs taken during Vacation Bible School at Greater Peace Church in 2011. The pictures show the unidentified little girl who bears a strong resemblance to Jane Doe; however all attempts to identify the girl in the photos have failed so far and investigation is pending.

An isotope test revealed that the girl was native to the southeastern states, most likely to Alabama or the surrounding states. The location of the remains were found indicated the individual or individuals who disposed of the body were familiar with the area and most likely native to Opelika.

A $10,000 reward is available for information leading to her identity and that of those responsible for her death.



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