When students walked to the burn barrel at school on the afternoon of December 31st, they never imagined they would find a newborn baby, murdered in cold blood.
Baby Allison Doe
Age: 1 Day - Found: 12/31/2003
Est. Date of Death: 12/26/2003
Ethnicity: Caucasian- Sex: Female
Height: Unknown - Weight: 6Lbs
Hair Color: Brown- Eye Color: Blue
Location Found: , PA (Lancaster County)
State of Remains: Recognizable- Nature of Death: Homicide
Injuries: Gunshot to the back of the head and Jane Doe’s long bones show clear evidence of post-mortem saw marks.
Distinguishing Characteristics: Unknown
Clothing/Items Found: Jane Doe was wearing what appears to be gray in color, elastic-banded shorts similar to running shorts (size was not identified). There was no information on whether she had a shirt on or not.
Missing Persons Ruled Out: N/A
Fingerprints: Not Available
Dental Records: N/A
NamUs Case Number: J1-1007879
If you have ANY information that may help find the mother of Baby Allison Doe please call PA State Police Troop J- Lancaster at 717-299-7650 and reference case# J1-1007879. You can always submit anonymous tips to PA Crime Stoppers online or call 1-800-4PA-TIPS.
CASH REWARD: Up to $2,000 for information that leads to an arrest.
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