|Vancouver Jane Doe (1971)|
|Found||September 2, 1971|
|Unidentified for||49 years|
|Postmortem interval||1 week - 1 month|
|Age approximation||40 - 45|
|Weight approximation||139 - 140 pounds|
|Cause of death||Not stated|
Vancouver Jane Doe is an unidentified woman who was found deceased in a freight yard north of 127 Water Street.
- Dark brown, matted and tangled hair.
- Brown eyes.
- A 2.5 inch skin laceration on the right, upper cheek.
- Unhealthy teeth; Jane Doe had a gold, upper left tooth.
- Puncture wound scarring on the left arm.
- A scar above the left pinky finger.
- A burn scar on the center of the abdomen.
- A medium build.
Clothing and Belongings
- A nylon, blue scarf that was worn as headwear.
- A royal blue overcoat with plastic, blue buttons; maroon lining; and evidence of reparations. The coat was made of heavy, woolly material.
- A green, brown, white, and yellow dress with a short zipper on the back.
- Half slip, pink underwear.
- Men's black socks.
- Black, buckled sandals with well worn heels.
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