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Posted: September 22, 2015

Bella Bond case brings attention back to 1988 'Jane Doe' case in Georgia

Action News - Jacksonville, Calif.


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In the wake of the positive identification of the remains of Masssachusetts' Bella Bond, initially introduced to the public as Baby Doe, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is bringing awareness to other children whose remains have not been identified.

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One such case dates back to December 18, 1988, when the remains of an approximately three-year-old child were found in a wooded area off of Duncan Bridge Road in the Millwood area of Ware County in Southeast Georgia.

According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigations page for the unidentified girl, "Victim's body was located in a brown baby blanket placed in a gym bag, in a cement filled suitcase inside a TV console cabinet. Victim was wearing pajama pants and a white pullover shirt with a red pony emblem in upper left chest area." GBI said her approximate birth year is 1985.

NCMEC said the girl had been dead for approximately two months when she was found. She was 25 pounds and was 2-feet-8-inches tall and, in addition to the white pullover shirt, she was wearing white thermal pajama bottoms and a diaper. Her black hair was pulled back into a ponytail and her right ear was pierced.

Anyone with any information about this Jane Doe is asked to contact NCMEC at 1-800-843-5678, GBI Special Agent Dale Wiley at (912) 389-4103 or Ware County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Jody Ponsell at (912) 287-2479.


Jane Doe, found in Ware County in 1988

Jane Doe, found in Ware County in 1988

This "Jane Doe" was found in Ware County in 1988. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is seeking to identify her.

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