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    Namus added some images:




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    I found this on my other website, I must have not have realized at the time that this was the same Jane Doe. It is from April 2012:

    The remains of a woman found in a ditch in 1981 were exhumed Friday in hopes that the Fort Myers medical examiner’s office can help identify her.
    Jane Doe, estimated to be in her late teens to early 20s, was found face-down in a roadside ditch in Moore Haven, Glades County, on March 9, 1981. She had suffered blunt-force trauma to her head and her death was ruled a homicide. Due to the limits of the era’s technology, she was not identified and the case went cold. The Glades County Sheriff’s Office reopened the case last year to bring the woman justice.
    Jane Doe was approximately 5 feet, 4½ inches tall and weighed
    125 pounds. She had auburn hair and hazel eyes, as well as a “N” tattooed on the top of her right thumb. The only other details known are that she was wearing copper-colored nail polish on her toes when she died, and she was a nail biter. She may have been at Uncle Joe’s Fish Camp or the Trucadero Bar in Clewiston around the time of her death, according to the Doe Network website, which serves as a missing-persons database.
    Capt. Daryl Lewis, commander of the criminal investigations division for the Glades County Sheriff’s Office, partly attributes the unsuccessful attempt to identify her body in 1981 to the underdeveloped missing-persons database.
    “The main thing is getting her identified, so hopefully the family can reclaim the body,” he said.
    There are several other reasons Jane Doe was not identified in 1981. When she was found, no one came forward with any information, and the lead investigator on the case is now deceased. All initial photos of the body were taken with a rudimentary Polaroid camera, and showed a face badly decomposed by water exposure. Also, the original police report was no more than a paragraph long.
    Brett Harding, with District 21 Medical Examiner’s Office in Fort Myers, received the remains Friday morning. Now the femur will be sent to the University of Texas for DNA extraction, and her skull will be used for a facial reconstruction.
    Lewis declined to comment on any related evidence found in 1981, for fear of jeopardizing the ongoing investigation.
    “We have very little to go on, so we don’t want to release what we’ve got,” he said.
    Jane Doe is one of two Glade County homicide victims awaiting identification. The other, a male, was found around the same time as the Jane Doe, who gets priority because she was found first, Lewis said.

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    Could this be Mary Opitz missing from Ft.Myers Florida? Is it possible they kept her alive for 2 months before killing her? Weight is the only thing that a bit off http://icaremissingpersonscoldcases....l#.Umf2TnB4wfE

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    I hope they already compared this Jane Doe with Mary Opitz, but maybe you should forward it anyway in case they didn't because the timeline doesn't match fully? If he could have kept her alive for a month, I think some really sick persons could do so, yes.

    Mary Hare was found face down in a ditch, just like this Jane Doe, and Mary Opitz disappeared just a month before Mary Hare, same area, same parking lot, and they looked like sisters ( as I read on google newspapers) I think this match should be investigated, if they didn't do so yet.

    Eta: She could match the above images, only thing that doesn't match is her weight. Scar between her fingers..maybe tissue was gone already?

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    It was confirmed this girl is not Mary Opitz.

    On Namus they changed her age? It was said the girl was in her late teens, early 20's, but now her minimum age is 25, maximum age is 45.

    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/7915


    Clothing:

    red tank top
    white bra
    blue jeans with "J.C. Penny" label size 32x31
    dark blue knee high stockings
    Quoddy dark brown and tan ankle boots fleece-lined size 6

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    Is there any way we can figure out where those Quoddy shoes were sold in the early 80's, or maybe late 70's?

    The shoes are all handmade I read, in Maine, and nowadays the have shops in:

    United States
    California
    Free City Supershop Supermat
    1139 N. Highland Ave
    Hollywood, CA 90038
    323-461-2226

    JCrew at Malibu Lumber Yard
    3939 Cross Creek Rd
    Malibu, CA 90265
    310.456.6760

    South Willard
    8038 West Third Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90048
    323-653-6153

    Unionmade Goods
    493 Sanchez Street
    San Francisco, CA
    415-861-3373

    Leather Soul
    479 Rodeo Drive
    Beverly Hills, CA 90210
    310-248-2399

    Confederacy LA
    4661 Hollywood Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90027
    (323) 913-3040

    Unionmade Goods
    Brentwood Country Mart
    225 26th Street
    Santa Monica, CA
    310-656-3373

    Colorado
    JCrew at-the-Mountain
    205 Mill St
    Aspen 81611
    970.544.1631

    Connecticut
    Peter Beck's Village Store
    19 Main Street
    Salisbury, CT 06068
    860-596-4217

    Hawaii
    Leather Soul
    The Royal Hawaiian Center
    2233 Kalakaua Ave #301
    Honolulu, HI 96815
    808-922-0777

    Massachusetts
    JCrew Mens Shop
    Copley Place
    100 Huntington Ave
    Boston, MA 02116
    617-375-1032

    Ball & Buck
    3 Lewis St
    100 Huntington Ave
    Boston, MA 02109
    617-742-1776

    New York
    Free & The Brave
    235 W. 46th St.
    New York, NY 10036
    212-221-1775

    Leffot
    10 Christopher Street
    New York, NY 10014
    212-989-4577

    JCrew Collection
    14 Main Street
    East Hampton, NY 11937
    631-324-5034

    JCrew Collection
    1095 Madison Avenue 10017
    212.249.3869

    JCrew Mens Shop
    484 Broadway
    New York, NY 10013
    212.343.1227

    JCrew
    99 Prince St
    New York, NY 10012
    212.966.2739

    The Liquor Store
    235 W. Broadway
    New York, NY 10013
    212.226.5476

    Kith
    644 Broadway
    New York, NY 10012

    Kith
    233 Flatbush
    Brooklyn, NY 11217

    O'Connell's Clothing
    3240 Main Street
    Buffalo NY 14214
    716-836-4140

    South Carolina
    Indigo & Cotton
    79 Cannon St.
    Charleston, SC 29403
    843-718-2980

    Virginia
    Need Supply
    3100 West Cary St
    Richmond, VA 23221
    804-767-1825

    These are all USA, there is also a shop in Canada

    SSENSE
    90 St. Paul W
    Montreal QC H2Y 3S5
    (514) 289-1906


    Also Australia and Germany and so on, but I don't think those are relevant.
    Maybe this list can be of any help.


    http://www.quoddy.com/find-a-store/

    Map with all stores marked:

    https://maps.google.nl/maps?saddr=Ho...t=h&mra=ls&z=3

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    These ankle boots are not cheap for sure, and I guess they weren't cheap back then.

    Also it says on their website: All Quoddy footwear is "made to order", which means when you order, we make it just for you. This takes a little time, usually 3-6 weeks.

    Back then there was no internet to order a pair of shoes, you would just go to a store and try the right size that was in stock I guess? Or she (or her parents) had them made, and I bet they didn't have that many stores in the early 80's or late 70's.

    There has to be some way to get a more specific area were she came from, or at least were her shoes were bought.

    I guess the investigators also tried to figure this out already, but hopefully some relatives or friends recognize such expensive shoes.

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    I searched for Quoddy vintage ankle high boots, I have no idea if her shoes were made of leather(look), fur or suede, and as I read you could even choose if you want hard or soft soles, but maybe some examples might jog someones memory.







    Fleece lined, picture above and below.






    These are just examples!

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    On Doenetwork it says she is about 5"4 to 5"6: 64 inches to 66 inches. (or 162.5 cm- 167.64cm)
    Age range is the same, between 25 and 45, but on Can you identify me they say she is between 18 and 45 years old. So maybe she can be younger than 25 I guess.

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