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Sandusky, Ohio (WJW) — A local non-profit organization Erie County Jane Doe was found on March 30, 1980, with a partially disassembled body wearing a “disco-style” dress.
NS Porch light project According to an announcement from the organization, they have signed a contract with Board Technology to resolve this cold case and are funding new DNA testing and genealogy.
“In 1980, Jane Doe of Erie County and her loved ones were sacrificed,” said Nick Edwards, director of the Pouch Light Project, the host of the popular crime garage podcast. “They are still sacrificed today. She is here and has been waiting for 40 years to be named so that she can find and notify her loved ones.”
Bode Technology strives to advance science and DNA technology to provide answers to victims and their families. They say they have tested more than 30,000 unidentified bodies around the world.
The body of “Jane Doe, Erie County” was found on the beach near Cedar Point Road in Sandusky. She was found wearing a size 12 “disco-style” dress and was determined to be 20-30 years old. Authorities estimated she was about 5 feet 5 inches and 120 pounds. She had no scars, jewels, or hair to help police identify her, Release says.
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