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Ohio Jane Doe identified

Ohio Jane Doe
Ohio Jane Doe

Police have identified the Jane Doe found in a wooden area in Ohio.  They have identified her as Tiffany Dawn Chambers from Jacksonville who was last seen in July 2015.

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Comparing the model with Tiffany’s photo there does not seem to be much similarities.  Where the clay model comes across as an older woman, Tiffany was in her mid 30’s.   The clay model has a large straight nose and a full upper lip, where Tiffany has a turned up nose, a thin upper lip and prominent chin.  Add on the thicker eyebrows, straight hair and no eye color, it would be hard to make a match between Tiffany and the model.   Note that there is no way to know the eye color or hair color, length of hair or whether it was curly or not with skeletal remains.  I am now realizing that it must be hard to figure out other facial features, too, when you only have skeletal remains.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Greene County Sheriff Gene Fischer said a DNA sample from Chambers’ family confirmed the identification

 Original Post:  The police are hoping that someone will recognize the reconstructed facial model of the skull that was found along with other remains on May 1, 2016 on Elam Road in Xenia, Ohio (Greene County). The woman’s remains were found in a wooded area of Spring Valley Township on May 1, 2016. She had likely been there for three months to one year before being found.  With that estimate we are looking for someone that has been missing as recently as a few months to 2015.

She is believed to be caucasian and between 25-50 years old.  Between 5’5 and 5’10” tall.  The clothing that was found was a white tank top with small stripes – size medium, a size 40D bra and black sweatpants with a pink stripe down the leg of the pant and pink heart in the thigh area of the pant that says “Babe.”   A case report states one or both hands were not recovered.  No information on whether there were shoes or jewelry.

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The following women have been ruled out:

Melissa Blevins 1979 Ohio
Jayme Bowen 1991 Ohio
Christina Bussell 1985 Tennessee
Brittany Cunningham 1986 Ohio
Megan Lancaster 1987 Ohio
Wanda Lemons 1977 Ohio
Michelle Rice 1972 Ohio
Charlotte Trego 1986 Ohio
Tina Williamson 1986 Ohio

Those with information are asked to contact the Greene County Sheriff’s Office at 937-376-5111 or BCI’s Missing Persons Unit at 855-BCI-OHIO (855-224-6446).

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.