Florida-St. Petersburg, Pinellas County

Sketch of Victim

Unidentified White Female

* The victim was discovered on October 31, 1969 in St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida
* Estimated Date of Death: 2-3 days prior.
* Cause of Death: Homicide

Vital Statistics

* Estimated age: 25-35 years old
* Approximate Height and Weight: 5’9″; 130 lbs.
* Distinguishing Characteristics: Brownish/black hair, 8-10 inches long; brown eyes. Her hair was in rollers. She had given birth to at least one child, but not recently. She suffered from a mild gallbladder disorder.
* Distinguishing Marks: Mole on left cheekbone. Mole on right forearm. Mole on left thigh. No tattoos. No marks or scars. Ears were not pierced. Her fingernails were clean and well-kept.
* Clothing: Top part of a green “shortie” type nightgown. Floral design and lace at the top.
* Dentals: Available. Possibly had small, partial, upper front plate, for four missing teeth. Poor oral hygiene. Surgical absence of all wisdom teeth. Teeth appeared crowded.
* Fingerprints: Available.


Case History
Victim was discovered at 4200 34th Street South in St. Petersburg, FL. In a wooded area, in view of a busy, restaurant parking lot of the Oyster Bar.
She was wrapped in plastic and curled into a new steamer trunk – a plain, black foot locker. Trunk was manufactured by Nonbreakable Trunk Company and was 35 1/2 x 16 1/2 x 20 1/4.
She had been smashed in the head with a blunt object and strangled with a red string tie.

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