Mini Episode: Opelika "Jane Doe"

Mini Episode: Opelika "Jane Doe"

Opelika's case is open (active) and ruled a probable homicide. 

UNIDENTIFIED: January 28, 2012
The remains of Opelika Jane Doe were found in the woods behind a trailer park off Hurst Street in Opelika, in Lee County, Alabama. It was a resident of Brook Haven Trailer Park that had found the skull. Days after this discovery, the investigators from more of her remains about 20-50 feet nearby a creek from her skull. 

Opelika Jane Doe 2012 - Investigators reveal more information to the public through the press. it now seems Opelika Jane Doe may have lived in The Hampton Roads region. Opelika Police Sgt. Alfred White asks anyone in Norfolk and Chesapeake in Virginia and Northampton in North Carolina to look at the photos they released. Investigators also believe that she may have ties to Orlando, Florida. 

Opelika Police Department at 334-705-5200 or NCMEC at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678). or go to  to submit a tip.

“It’s been 10 years now and we don’t have a name for her. And we want a name. She deserves a name. Any help from the public would be greatly appreciated. Anything. No tip’s too small.” John Clifton, Opelika Police Dept
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