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. 
- 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 public area.
- She had a tattoo of a turtle and "Curtis Lee" on her upper left buttock.
Clothing & accessories
- Jeans with belt
- Key on ring
- Small ring
- Business card
- Pack of open cigarettes
- Hair comb