Updated information 10/20-
The advancements in forensics allowed The Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. to conduct stable isotope testing on portions of her remains.
Chemical isotope testing performed by the Smithsonian on a sample of her hair and bone suggest she may originally have been from or spent several years of her life in Alaska, Montana, or portions of southern Canada
None of this would be possible without the support of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. This case will continued to be worked until she is identified and persons responsible are held accountable for her death.
On July 21,1999, the Racine County Sheriff Department, recovered the body of a female on the edge of a cornfield located on 92nd Street in in the Town of Raymond, Racine County.
Body is that of a white female, late teens-twenties, brown/hazel eyes, reddish brown hair, 5′ 6″, 120 lbs with poor dentition and protruding front teeth. Each ear is double-pierced and there appears to be no scars or tattoos.
At the time of recovery, the victim was wearing a mans gray/silver country western shirt with snap buttons as depicted in the photo below.
If you have any information that may assist in identifying this female or shirt, please contact the Racine County Sheriff’s Department or Investigator Hintz at 262-262.636.3190 or Tracy.Hintz@goRacine.com . You can visit the facebook page at RCSO-Jane Doe, Racine County Wisconsin Those wishing to remain anonymous can do so by texting ‘RACS + your message’ to CRIMES (274637) or online at www.racine.crimestoppers.com