MISSING GIRLS OF THE DESERT
BARSTOW, Calif. – The above composite sketch is the likeness of a young girl who was murdered and barbarically decapitated in February 2010. Who is she? And how did she end up in Barstow?
JANE DOE – She is now known as “San Bernardino Jane Doe (Feb 2010)”.
HUMAN REMAINS FOUND IN DESERT- In February 2010, a man hunting for aluminum cans came across a backpack on Lenwood Road, a dusty desert byway in Barstow, just off California’s Interstate 15 near State Route 58. He picked up the backpack (shown below) and opened it to find the severed head of a teenage girl wrapped in two plastic grocery bags.
Barstow Police were called to the scene.
SAN BERNARDINO JANE DOE (FEB 2010) – Did you know her?
The girl was estimated to be 14-19 years of age.
- She was Latina or possibly Caucasian.
- Her hair was brown.
- She had been deceased for around three days before she was discovered by the roadside.
- Extensive dental work present in her mouth indicates she was fairly well taken care.
SKETCH OF VICTIM– A composite sketch of what the young Jane Doe may have looked like was released by authorities. The remaining parts of her body were never found, so a height and weight couldn’t be determined.
UNIDENTIFIED / UNSOLVED – Jane Doe’s murder and identity remain unsolved.
BARSTOW POLICE- If you have information on the identity of San Bernardino Jane Doe Feb 2010, please call the Barstow Police at 760-255-5134.
- 1-800-78-CRIME to leave an anonymous tip.
- www.wetip.com to leave an anonymous tip.
Rest in Eternal Peace Jane…God Be With You…True Love Never Dies
Written by Chandler Vaughn. Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org
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