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Year Died or Found:
Date Died or Found:
Sex / Race:
Female / Caucasian (to include Hispanic)
Place of Death / Found:
In an alleyway near 4th Street in Perris, CA
Adult: It is believed this woman is between 30 to 40 years of age.
Hair / Eyes:
She had brown/auburn hair and possibly blue or green eyes.
Her hair was shoulder length (8 to 10 inches long).
Height / Weight:
She is 5 feet, 9 inches tall and was 105 pounds when found (not actual weight).
Features or distinguishing marks:
She had a series of tattoos on her body:
On right shoulder area is a horse's head that turns into a flower.
On the left shoulder area is a depiction of a Harley Davidson eagle with the name of "John " underneath.
On the right side of her pubic area she had a rose with leaves and the name "Stoney" underneath. She had pierced ears.
She had been wearing blue denim pants and white cotton underpants. No top was found and no identification or personal items were located.
This woman was placed in a dumpster and set afire. She was found the following day with partial charring to her body. This death is being handled as a homicide.
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