Woman found dead in vacant home 22 years ago still hasn’t been identified

She is believed to have been between 35 to 45 years old

Jane Doe Detroit 2000. (NamUs)

DETROIT – A woman found dead in Detroit still remains unidentified 22 years after her body was found.

According to officials, the woman was a homicide victim who was found dead in a vacant home on September 21, 2000.

She is believed to have been between 35 to 45 years old. A plastic “claw” type hairclip that was goldtone was found on top of hair near the body.

She was wearing a blue demin jacket, blue jeans, a blue/black belt, floral colored sleeveless blouse. She was also wearing white PIX brand sneakers and white ankle socks.

She had copper/gold colored fingernail polish, long nails and was wearing a silver banded wrist watch on her right wrist.

DetailsJane Doe
Estimated age35-45
Height5′2′' - 5′5′'
HairBlack (Looks like a wig)
EyesBrown
WeightMay have been obese

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