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'''San Diego Jane Doe''' was a female who was found in San Diego, California on January 24, 2000.
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'''San Diego Jane Doe''' was a female who was found in San Diego, California on January 24, 2000. She was possibly from Arkansas.
   
 
==Case==
 
==Case==
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The woman's bound body was discovered in a burning cardboard box that was placed in a church parking lot.
The victim was found burning in the lot of College Avenue Baptist Church. She had been wrapped in cardboard and secured with a rope.
 
   
She had been stabbed multiple times and strangled. Additionally, both of her hands and a section of her left calf had been removed, most likely cut off by her murderer in order to prevent identification.
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At her autopsy, it was determined she had been strangled, in addition to being stabbed multiple times. Her killer or killers had made efforts to conceal her identity by severing her hands and a portion of her left calf, where a tattoo may have been.
 
Authorities believe she might be from Arkansas.
 
   
 
==Links==
 
==Links==

Revision as of 22:32, 12 May 2019

San Diego Jane Doe
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Sex Female
Race White
Location San Diego, California
Found January 24, 2000
Unidentified for 22 years
Postmortem interval Unknown
Body condition Burned
Age approximation 20s
Height approximation 5'9 - 5'10
Weight approximation 190 - 200 pounds
Cause of death Strangulation/Stabbing

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San Diego Jane Doe was a female who was found in San Diego, California on January 24, 2000. She was possibly from Arkansas.

Case

The woman's bound body was discovered in a burning cardboard box that was placed in a church parking lot.

At her autopsy, it was determined she had been strangled, in addition to being stabbed multiple times. Her killer or killers had made efforts to conceal her identity by severing her hands and a portion of her left calf, where a tattoo may have been.

Links