MISSING GIRLS OF THE DESERT-PART 3: SAN BERNARDINO JANE DOE (2010)
BARSTOW, Calif.- The above composite sketch is the likeness of a young girl who was murdered and barbarically decapitated, seven years ago this month, in February 2010. She is 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 interstate 15 near California 58. He picked up the backpack (shown above) 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 COUNTY JANE DOE- 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.
Jane Doe’s murder and identity remain unsolved. Did you know her?
BARSTOW POLICE- If you have information on the identity of San Bernardino Jane Doe, please call Barstow Police at 760-255-5134 or 1-800-78-CRIME to leave an anonymous tip.
Rest in Eternal Peace Jane…God Be With You…True Love Never Dies
SAN BERNARDINO JANE DOE (FEB 2010), MURDER, BARSTOW, SEVERED HEAD