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Investigators release new forensic rendering to identify 2006 Jane Doe

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SANTA ANA, Ca. (May 13, 2024): Orange County Sheriff’s investigators have released an updated forensic rendering of a 2006 Jane Doe to help identify the woman. 

In January of 2006, an unidentified deceased female was located in an area off the Ortega Highway.  The Hispanic female was between 20 and 30 years old, weighed approximately 105 pounds, and had dark-colored hair down to her mid-back.  She had a rose stem tattoo on her left forearm, recently manicured fingernails with a heart shape design on each nail, a surgical scar below her navel, and was wearing blue jeans and a black lycra top.

Sheriff’s investigators partnered with the Miami Dade Police Department forensic artist Gaston De Cardenas to develop an updated rendering.

Anyone who recognizes Jane Doe or has information on her case is asked to contact Investigator Lauren Felix at 714-647-4579 or email Anonymous tips may be submitted to OC Crime Stoppers at 855-TIP-OCCS (855-847-6227) or at

2024 Rendering

2024 Jane Doe Rendering

2006 Rendering and Photos


2006 Rendering and Photographs