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ISP > Crime Reporting > Cold Case Investigations > Pendleton District Investigations > Unidentified Skeletal Remains 12/26/1982 Unidentified Skeletal Remains 12/26/1982

Case Number 41-10291

Unidentified Skeletal Remains

Case Date: 12/26/1982

Age: Late Teens to early twenties

Sex: Female

Race: Caucasian

County: Wayne

Location of Crime: Woods west of Jacksonburg Road, approximately 1.5 miles north of I-70, Indiana

Circumstances: On December 26, 1982, human skeletal remains were discovered by deer hunters in a wooded area in west central Wayne county. A forensic examination of the remains was conducted and it was learned that they belonged to a Caucasian female. Foul play is suspected in the victim's death. To date, the skeletal remains have not been identified. Dental records and DNA are available to assist in identification of the victim. The attached photo is a reconstruction of the victim.

Anyone with information about this case, please call:

Indiana State Police
District Investigative Commander
9022 South SR 67
Pendleton, IN 46064
1-765-778-2121 or 1-800-527-4752

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