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Jane Doe New Jersey 2020 Found Near Railroad Tracks
This case was sent to me by someone who works as an investigator at the Union County Medical Examiner’s Office in New Jersey. On June 11, 2020, the body of an unidentified woman (referred to in this article as “Jane Doe New Jersey 2020“) was located along railroad tracks near the 300 block of Port Avenue in Elizabeth. It is unclear how far along the state of decomposition had reached at the point of discovery, but it was reported that the “scene was secured and processed by members of the Union County Homicide Task Force, assisted by members of the New Jersey State Police Crime Scene Unit, Union County Sheriff’s Office Crime Scene Unit, and Elizabeth Police Department.”
By November 2020, a composite sketch of what the Jane Doe New Jersey 2020 may have looked like was released, along with a photo of a vehicle of interest. The image seems to have been captured by surveillance cameras and is described as a “light-colored Toyota Highlander with brightly polished rims and a roof rack.” The model year is between 2000 to 2006.
A forensic examination on Jane Doe New Jersey 2020 has determined that she was Black and/or Hispanic, and was between 25 to 35-years-old. She is described as having a slender or slim build and she stood approximately 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 125 to 140 pounds. Her hair was cut short, or “closely cropped,” and she may have worn a head covering or possibly a wig. Both ears have double piercings. There weren’t any distinguishing marks or tattoos on her body.
Her cause of death has not been shared at the time of this publication.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact Prosecutor’s Office Sgt. Andrew Dellaquila at 973-274-5771 or Detective Angela Concepcion at 908-341-5416.
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