National Center Needs Help for Jane Racine Doe1999
October 24, 2013 — The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is asking for the public’s assistance to identify Jane Racine Doe1999.
The Center issued its invitation for public response today, fourteen years after the body of a young woman was located in a cornfield in Racine, Wisconsin.
Her identity unknown, the Racine County Sheriff’s Office and the Milwaukee Medical Examiner’s Office have exhumed her body to gather more information that may lead to her identity.
This image shows an artist’s depiction of how she might looked at the time of her disappearance.
If you have any information about the possible identity of this young woman, call 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678). Calls may be made anonymously.
Jane Racine Doe1999
- The body of the female was found on July 21, 1999 in Racine, Wisconsin.
- She was located along 92nd Street in a cornfield.
- It is estimated that she died within 24 hours of being found.
- White female between the ages of 18 to 30 years old
- 5’08” tall and weighed approximately 120 pounds.
- She had reddish brown, collar length curly hair that had highlights.
- Both of her ears were pierced twice.
- Her teeth were not in good condition suggesting she may have received little to no dental care.
- She was found wearing: grey/silver country Western shirt embroidered with red flowers on the front.
The Racine County Sheriff’s Office has also issued a Press Release with further information regarding Jane Racine Doe1999: Racine Sheriff Press Release