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Identify Allegator Alley Jane Doe!

Identify Allegator Alley Jane Doe!

Identify Allegator Alley Jane Doe!
She was found in this area over 40 years ago.
Someone took her life in an extremely brutal way.
And she was unidentified then
Still today she remains unidentified.

Identify Allegator Alley Jane Doe!
Details

Identify Allegator Alley Jane Doe! She is an unidentified female, believed to be a homicide victim. A Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) Alert was issued for this unidentified female. ViCAP is an FBI program. The FBI issues ViCAP Alerts for certain missing persons or unidentified persons when foul play is suspected in their cases. On June 3, 1978, Allegator Alley Jane Doe’s body was discovered in a shallow grave and covered with brush. It was in the area of Florida State Road 29, just south of the interchange with Interstate 75 (Alligator Alley). She was found in Collier County, Florida.

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Description

Allegator Alley Jane Doe body’s was covered with a white substance. It was later analyzed and identified to be hydrated lime or caustic lime. This is used in such things as mortars and cements as well as agricultural purposes. Her cause of death is the result of blunt
force trauma to the head. Examination of this unidentified female’s remains resulted in the following findings. It was estimated that the remains were that of Caucasian female. She was approximately 40 to 60 years old. It was estimated that she was between 5’0″ to 5’5″ tall. And she was about 170 pounds.

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Findings

Allegator Alley Jane Doe had brown hair and was discovered nude. No jewelry was found on her body. The color of eyes
could not be determined. Based on the evidence collected it is suspected that Allegator Alley Jane Doe died as the result of homicide. Information about this unidentified female’s dental records is available. Reportedly, Allegator Alley Jane Doe was relatively free of all periodontal disease. Is is estimated that the dental work was done approximately two years before she died.

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Appeal

This female has remained unidentified for over 40 years. Allegator Alley Jane Doe is obviously not her name. That was a name that I gave her because she was found near a certain alley. For over 40 years, someone (s) has been missing her. It is not known if this female was reported as missing or not. Her NamUs number is unknown. But she has dental records available and it may be possible to identify her by her dental records. If she can be matched with a missing person, this would close a missing case and bring answers to a family who right now are desperate for answers about their missing loved one.

Identify Allegator Alley Jane Doe!
How We Can Help

You can try to match Allegator Alley Jane Doe with a missing woman of her description. You can do this on the NamUs website.
You can try to match Allegator Alley Jane Doe with a missing woman of her description. You can do this on the Doe Network website.

You can contact the FBI tip line: 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You can leave an online tip at: this webpage. OR You can contact your local FBI office. You can also contact FBI International Offices.

Alert to Law Enforcement
officers investigating crimes against persons and missing
person and cold case units. Any agency who believes that
this unidentified homicide victim matches your missing
person or has a similar case, may contact Sergeant Mark
Williamson, Collier County Sheriff’s Office, (239)
252-0048 or mark.williamson@colliersheriff.org; the
FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP)
Unit at 800-634-4097 or vicap@leo.gov.

This unidentified female has an FBI page. Click here to view it.
This unidentified female has a Websleuths page. Click here to learn more.
The above image and additional information are courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
ViCAP Alert Number: A2005-10-01

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