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Unidentified Deceased (Female - Black)
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CASE INFORMATION

On December 9, 1990, victim was found on the bank of the Passaic River in North Arlington, Bergen County, NJ. Victim was wearing purple knit jogging trousers, waist length nylon stockings, white girdle, white long underwear, brown wool socks with yellow trim, green/white halter (tube bra), a purple dress with zippered back, a red tee shirt and a wool glove. She was also wearing reddish colored fingernail polish and a clove of garlic was worn around her neck.

 
NIC#

U460001904

 
Case Number

9011493 and H0259097

 
Date Body Found

December 9, 1990

 
Estimated Date of Death

 

 
BIOLOGICAL PROFILE

 

 
Age

50- 60 years

 
Sex

Female

 
Race

Black

 
Height

5'0" to 5'3"

 
Weight

140 - 160 lbs.

 
Hair

Brown/Gray

 
Eyes

Brown

 
SCARS & MARKS

Mole on upper lip below left nostril

 
JEWELRY

Copper colored metal rings with signs of the Zodiac worn on left ring finger

 
OTHER

 

 

If you have any information about this case or the identification of this individual, please contact:
The New Jersey State Police at 1-800-709-7090 or e-mail at missingp@gw.njsp.org
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North Arlington Police Department - 201-991-4400
   
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