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For Abby Stylianou, a research associate with Washington University, it was a particularly emotional conclusion to her lab's latest project. Yesterday, her team in the department of computer science and engineering successfully located the remains of a young "Jane Doe," who was violently killed three decades ago in a cold case that is still a mystery to St.
But mostly, it was very sad. A very overwhelming sense of sadness thinking of what got her to this point. That was really tough.
So many years after she was first discovered, police still don't know who she was, where she came from or who might have murdered her. An in-depth account of the investigation into Jane Doe's murder. On February 28,two men looking for a piece of metal to fix a car's timing chain made a very grisly discovery inside a vacant apartment building on Clemens Avenue.
In the basement, they found the body of a young girl, wearing only a dirty yellow sweater. Her hands were tied behind her back with red and white nylon rope -- and her head was missing. She was an African American girl somewhere between the ages of eight and eleven who police believe was sexually assaulted and strangled before she was decapitated.
The girl, who may have been killed elsewhere prior to her discovery, was eventually buried in Washington Park Cemetery, but recently authorities have had trouble even locating the grave with her remains.
After the Post-Dispatch wrote about the search for her grave earlier this year -- in a cemetery that is apparently in poor condition -- one reader took particular interest.
Charles Fuchs, Stylianou's uncle, alerted his niece to the story, knowing that she does relevant research at Wash.
And it was personal, in a way. The case decades ago unfolded just a few blocks from where her parents were living at the time -- and they still remember it today. Sometimes her lab uses photos to examine trends like climate change or urban sidewalk usage.
But in this case, her expertise proved useful in carefully scrutinizing old photographs of a cemetery that has dramatically changed over time. The goal was to use a handful of images from to find the location of the grave today.
The funeral directorwho did not respond to a request for comment from Daily RFT yesterday, has been working with authorities and researchers to help find the grave.
When Stylianou first visited the site, she says, the task proved difficult with the limited camera equipment they had. The margin of error was too wide to pinpoint the correct location.
And yesterday morning, they successfully located the remains of Jane Doe, which cops then removed from the cemetery. This marks the end of her research -- but it appears to be the beginning of a renewed investigation for police, who aim to use the remains to extract DNA.FREDERICKTOWN, MO (KFVS) - Even after a quarter of a century, investigators say the Gina Dawn Brooks missing persons case is still very much alive.
Those investigators include the FBI.
It was. for people who need context, Rori Hache was an 18 year old pregnant girl from Oshawa Ontario who went missing last year in August, her remains were found a few months later at Lakeview Park which happens to be Lake Ontario.
Police this morning began searching three ponds on the northwest side of the city with sonar equipment, looking for the remains of year-old Tracy Pickett, who disappeared 26 years ago and is. "It’s a tragedy because ideally we would like to find missing persons alive and well, but we are glad she has been located.
Now that Jessica . A Northern California resident found a pair of jeans and human remains inside a girl's shoe on a beach near the spot where a woman drove her large family off a cliff in March, authorities said. Ahead of a police news briefing addressing the identies of two bodies discovered in Berks County in October , a woman told NBC10 the remains are her sister and sister-in-law who went missing.