Cold Case of Identification of Female Body
State Police Request Help Identifying Female Body - Found October 9, 2001 in Simpson County
Images added on 01/13/2011
Detectives with the Kentucky State Police in Bowling Green are asking for help in identifying a white female whose body was found on October 9, 2001 near Interstate 65 in Simpson County.
Estimated date of death is between August 1, 2001 and October 1, 2001; age is 25 to 35 years old and height 5´6"to 5´9".
Other identifying characteristics include light reddish-brown hair 12-14 inches long; a healed fracture of the upper right arm, near the shoulder; outline tattoo of a rose on the left breast and many missing or severely decayed teeth. Two rings were found--one is a gold band and the other is silver with a painted enamel blue background with flowers and leaves.
State forensic anthropologist Dr. Emily Craig created a three-dimensional facial reconstruction on the victim´s skull. The reconstruction is not a portrait of the victim, only an approximation created by sculpting clay on the victim´s skull. The sculpture is based on scientific guidelines and can only suggest the shape and proportions of the victim´s face.
|HEIGHT:||5'6" - 5'9"|
|HAIR STYLE:||12" - 14" inches long|
|Outline tattoo of a rose on left breast|
OTHER IDENTIFIERS: Two rings found on body: a gold band and a silver and painted blue background with flowers and leaves. Healed fracture on upper right arm near shoulder. Many missing or severely decayed teeth
LOCATION OF OFFENSE: Off Interstate 65 in Simpson County, Kentucky.
VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: None.
Investigating Officer Contact Information
KENTUCKY STATE POLICE
POST 3 - BOWLING GREEN
OFFICER: Det. Tim Adams
PHONE: (270) 782-2010
FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION WAS COMPLETED BY DR. EMILY CRAIG, FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGIST, KENTUCKY STATE POLICE.
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