New facial images released of remains found in Fond du Lac County

Jane Doe composite (Courtesy of Fond du Lac Sheriff's Office)

FOND DU LAC COUNTY, Wis. (WLUK) -- In a continued effort to identify her, authorities in Fond du Lac County have released updated facial images of a female whose remains were found nearly 10 years ago.

The remains of Jane Doe's body were found by deer hunters in a shallow creek in the southern part of Fond du Lac County on Nov. 23, 2008.

The newly released facial composites are part of a case review led by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. As part of the review, officials from the FBI, NCIS and other forensic anthropologists suggested to create new composites since technology has advanced since the last ones were released in 2009.

Jane Doe is being described as a petite female, approximately 15-21 years old, around 5 feet tall and weighing around 120 pounds. Her hair was light brown to dark blonde, about 12-14 inches long and is believed to be Caucasian, however she could be of Hispanic, Asian or Native American decent.

Jane Doe's DNA and dental records are on file and are routinely checked against missing persons and other databases.

If you have any information to give to investigators, please contact the following numbers:

  • Fond du Lac County Sheriff Tip Line (920-906-4777)
  • NCMEC Tip Line (1-800-THE LOST)
  • Detective Ryan Murphy (920-929-3380)
  • Detective Pete Vergos (920-929-3384)
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