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Jane Doe B-17
Sex Female
Race White
Location Washington
Found January 2, 1986
Unidentified for 32 years
Postmortem interval 1-4 years
Body condition Skeletal
Age approximation 14-19
Height approximation 5'4 - 5'8
Weight approximation 120 - 145 pounds
Cause of death Homicide

Jane Doe B-17, discovered in 1986, is one of three unidentified Green River victims.


The Jane Doe's skeletal remains were found a few years after her murder. It has not been released what the exact cause of death was, although the Green River killer, Gary Ridgway, admitted to killing her and placed her remains where he disposed of his other victims. She had some fillings in her teeth, which can be seen on her NamUs profile.

Because of decomposition, the Jane Doe's hair and eye color were not possible to estimate.

Isotope testing pinpointed the Jane Doe's possible geographic locations to Alaska, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming North Dakota. She was also possibly from the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador.