Phoenix Jane Doe 2004

Phoenix Jane Doe 2004

Description
On April 21, 2004 a rolled up carpet was discovered by an ROTC cleanup crew on the side of the road near 43rd Avenue and Baseline Road in Phoenix, Arizona. Inside the carpet were the skeletal remains of a white female. She was between 35 and 50 years old, stood 5’1 to 5’5, and had brown hair. There was evidence she has some kind of trauma to her face and throat which happened prior, and unrelated, to her death. At the time of death she wore a blue zip-up jacket, t-shirt, sports bra, plaid purple or blue flannel shirt, a diamond earring, and a black plastic watch. Found with the body were non-prescription eyeglasses on a chain.

NamUs: UP2017
Date Found: April 21, 2004
Gender: Female
Race: White/Caucasian
Estimated Age: 35-50
Estimated PMI: 2 Days
Location: Phoenix, AZ

Agency of Jurisdiction
Phoenix Police Department, Missing and Unidentified Persons Unit
Stuart Somershoe, Detective
602-261-8065
stuart.somershoe@phoenix.gov

Links to More Information
https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/2017
https://unidentified.wikia.org/wiki/Phoenix_Jane_Doe_(April_21,_2004)

Image Credit: Image Credit: Stephen Missal

Status
Undergoing testing