New image re­leased in ‘Wood­lawn Jane Doe’ case

Baltimore Sun - - MARYLAND -

The Na­tional Cen­ter for Miss­ing and Ex­ploited Chil­dren on Mon­day re­leased a new fa­cial re­con­struc­tion image of “Wood­lawn Jane Doe,” a young woman whose body was found dumped near a ceme­tery in Wood­lawn 40 years ago. The cen­ter re­leased the new photo on the an­niver­sary of the day the young woman’s body was found in 1976, with her hands bound be­hind her back and her body wrapped in a white sheet. The Bal­ti­more County Po­lice Depart­ment and po­lice in Bos­ton are run­ning down leads and be­lieve the woman may have lived in Bos­ton. Ac­cord­ing to a new lead re­leased pub­licly on Mon­day, the young woman’s name may have been Jas­mine and she may have used the nick­name “Jassy.” She may have lived with her fam­ily on Forbes Street in the Ja­maica Plain neigh­bor­hood of Bos­ton in the early 1970s. She may have rel­a­tives by the

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