Cold Case File: Jane Doe from Owen County, Kentucky

OWEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. AUGUST 16, 2020. COLD CASE FILE. YOUR HELP IS SOUGHT IN HELPING SOLVE A MYSTERY. Among the many cold cases for unidentified persons, one of the most mysterious is that of a woman who was found in Owen County, Kentucky.




Authorities report that on May 6, 1988, the partially decomposed remains of a white female were located in a rural area of Owen County, Kentucky laying in close proximity to a roadway.




Investigators at the time were unable to identify the victim due to the level of decomposition.




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For over 32 years, police and law enforcement officials have worked to help identify this woman and hopefully the advent of DNA testing may offer new insight.




New information has led investigators to believe the victim may have affiliations to the Columbus, Ohio, and/or the Miami, Florida, areas.




Kentucky State Police Post 5 is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying this individual.





The map above is the general area where she was reported found. Please note that the map is automatically generated from Google and the blue and red markers on the map are local landmarks and businesses created by Google. The red and blue markers are not an indication of an exact location of where someone went missing.




The unidentified female, nicknamed Jane Doe, Owen County, is described as a white female between the age of 25 and 40. She had short, brown/black hair with parts of gray hair.




She stood approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighed approximately 120 pounds.




Authorities report that she had a crude homemade tattoo of the name "STEVE" on her upper right arm.




She also had no teeth and that the teeth were all missing prior to her death.




If you have five seconds, copy and paste this PL8PIC link to social media, make a public post, tag several friends, and use the hashtag #IDJaneDoeOwenCounty to help this alert go viral. You never know. You might just help save a life.




If you have any information concerning this person, please contact the Kentucky State Police Post 5 at 502-532-6363, your local FBI office, or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.


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JANE DOE - OWEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY | Federal Bureau of Investigation

Owen County, KentuckyMay 6, 1988 Age 25 to 40 years old Hair Short, brown/black with some gray Height 5'5" Weight 120 pounds Sex Female Race White In 1988, the partially decomposed remains of a white female were located in a rural area of Owen County, KY, laying in close proximity to a roadway.