Jenkins County Jane Doe was a teenager or young adult found murdered on February 14, 1988. She had been asphyxiated.
The victim was placed inside of a duffle bag after being wrapped in plastic. It is unknown if she was placed in the plastic before or after her death. Bedding items were also found with the body, which was placed in a dumpster near a road.
No clothing has been reported to have been found with the victim. There has also never been any disclosure if she was sexually assaulted.
The state of her remains has also not been disclosed, but can be presumed to have been decomposed, as her eye color was not possible to determine (although her profile on the Georgia Bureau of Investigation states they were brown).
Physical traits Edit
- It is known that she was of an Asian race, although she could have had white ancestry.
- Some of her front teeth were crooked, but she had taken good care of her teeth. Not long before she died, she had one of her molars removed.
- Her hair was fairly long and was a brownish color.
- The Jane Doe may not have been native to the United States.
- She may be Rocio Sperry