Unidentified White Female
- The victim was discovered on October 24, 2003 in O'Hara, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
- Estimated Date of Death: The body was likely in the river at least a week.
- Cause of Death: Drug Overdose
- Remains Badly Decomposed
- Estimated age: 20 to early 40s
- Approximate Height and Weight: 5'3"; 97 lbs.
- Distinguishing Characteristics: Medium-length brown or blonde hair; no eye color was determined. Her gall bladder had been removed and she had several surgical scars on her abdomen and a scar behind her right ear; could not be determined if she had ever given birth. No tattoos.
- Dentals: Available
- Clothing: Season Ticket brand blue jeans with elastic waist (available for purchase in Louisiana and Florida); Marsh Landing lightweight material, light colored (beige/tan), long-sleeved shirt, size medium (sold in May Department Stores); white ladies panties, size 6; Basic Editions black, slip-on shoes, size large (sold in KMart stores). Clothing was in a very worn condition.
- Fingerprints: Available
- DNA: Available
The victim was pulled from the Allegheny River near Fox Chapel Yacht Club, in O'Hara, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania on October 24, 2003.
The woman's badly decomposed body was wrapped in a blue blanket bound with duct tape and with a plastic white Walmart bag was placed over her head.
She died of a drug overdose, (probably Heroin), and she also had Phenobarbital, a sedative, in her system. Unknown if there were track marks on victim due to decomposition. The body showed no signs of beating or other trauma.
A check with the Army Corps of Engineers determined that the body could have traveled past locks or dams. It could have been dumped upstream, possibly as far away as New York.