IDENTITY OF 1990 JANE DOE HOMICIDE VICTIM STILL UNKNOWN

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Hillsborough (September 19, 2020) – Thirty years ago today, a work crew found the body of a young female just beyond the New Hope Road exit on I-40. Now known as Hope and New Hope Jane Doe, she remains unidentified.

The victim was approximately five feet three inches tall and weighed about 120 pounds. She was between 15 and 25 years old, most likely on the younger end of this range. She had blonde, possibly frosted hair, and she was found wearing a pink sweatshirt with three bunnies on the front.

Investigators believe the victim was likely a runaway. Some witnesses at the time reported seeing someone matching her description at a truck stop going in and out of tractor trailers. However, no one has been able to identify her.

Please take a look at this forensic illustration by Carl Koppelman and call us if you recognize the person. If you have any information, call Investigator Dylan Hendricks at the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. He can be reached at (919) 245-2951. It is best to call him directly, but if you are reluctant to do that for any reason, our website has an anonymous tip feature. The web address is www.ocsonc.com/anonymous-tip.