|Wadsworth Jane Doe|
|Found||September 30, 1990|
|Unidentified for||27 years|
|Postmortem interval|| Unknown |
|Age approximation||24 - 33|
|Cause of death||Homicide|
Wadsworth Jane Doe was a woman found murdered in 1990.
The skull and mandible were first discovered some distance along a dirt road, near state route 447. After police came to the scene, additional bones were recovered.
The Doe Network lists the victim's death as homicide, where NamUs states the body was too badly deteriorated to determine the manner or cause of her death.
- The victim had evidence of dental work. She had:
- A root canal
- Similar work on two other teeth.
- A porcelain crown
- lingual amalgam restoration
- She had a healed injury to the lower back of her leg.