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Curtis Lee Turtle Doe 464UFMD Reconstruction 003 (with tattoo caption)
Sex Female
Race White
Location Baltimore, Maryland
Found June 16, 1987
Unidentified for 31 years
Postmortem interval Hours
Body condition Recognizable face
Age approximation 24 - 30
Height approximation 5'3
Weight approximation 110 - 138 pounds
Cause of death Possible overdose

Baltimore Jane Doe was a woman found alive in an alley in 1987. She eventually died in a local hospital.


The victim was found topless in an alley behind 4809 Pennington Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland on the evening June 16, 1987. She had been riding in a car with an unidentified person who dropped her off at said address and drove off.

On October 29, 2017, a man, who's first two names are Curtis Lee, told Carl Koppleman he believes the unidentified person is his mother Rhonda Jones. His sister confirmed she had a tattoo of a turtle. [1]

Physical characteristics

  • She had short auburn hair and grey eyes.
  • She had scars from needle marks on the left side of her neck and a scar above her pubic area.
  • She had a tattoo of a turtle and "Curtis Lee" on her upper left buttock.

Clothing & accessories

  • Panties
  • Jeans with belt
  • Sneakers
  • Socks
  • Key on ring
  • Small ring
  • Business card
  • Pack of open cigarettes
  • Hair comb