Some of these cases of unidentified remains are several decades old. Others are from the recent past. No matter the time frame, these individuals still have family out there, who are looking for them or have lost hope in ever seeing their loved ones again. Although you may not be from this particular state, many missing persons cross state lines. Please take a few minutes to look at the photos and details of each of these individuals. Perhaps you recognize one.

1. Update: Unidentified Black Female

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(L) Reconstruction of the victim (Top R) Close up of the comforter that was found with the victim (Bottom R) Close up of victim’s teeth

  • UPDATE: Originally this unidentified female was listed as “white” but has since been updated to “black with some European ancestry.”
  • Victim was discovered on June 29, 2001 in an industrial area off 18th Avenue and Power Inn Road in Sacramento, California. Her body was found in a burning dumpster.
  • Estimated time of death is unknown
  • Cause of death is from a fire

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated Age: 16-25 years old
  • Race: Black with some European ancestry
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5ft to 5’6, 90 lbs
  • Hair Color: Possibly black
  • Eye Color: Unknown
  • Clothing: Victim may have been wearing “Structure” brand jeans or jean jacket.
  • Other: The victim had no dental cavities and her teeth were very well cared for. All teeth have had plastic sealants applied. She had porcelain caps on her teeth. The victim is missing all of the first bicuspids, #5, #12, #21, and #28. She has had orthodontics or preparation for orthodontics and all four of her wisdom teeth are present. The lower wisdom teeth are not fully erupted.

For more information about this unidentified victim, please visit: THE DOE NETWORK

If you have any information about this case, please contact: Sacramento Police Department, Investigator Greg Wyatt, 916-264-5471