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Gregg County Sheriff's Office needs help identifying 2006 burning body

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GREGG COUNTY, Tx. -

The Gregg County Sheriff's Office is asking for help with identifying a woman's body who was found back in October 2006.

The burning body of Jane Doe was found on October 6, 2006 in an oil field right-of way off Fritz Swanson Road in Kilgore. The body is that of a white female, about 17 to 22 years old, 5'3" to 5'5", 100 to 120 pounds with reddish brown hair and blond highlights. She was wearing size 7/8 jeans and a mauve or purple colored pull-over sweater. The body was burned beyond recognition. DNA and dental records were obtained at autopsy and those records have been compared with hundreds of missing persons throughout the U.S. and North America without success.

On October 2, 2013, an exhumation was conducted at Jane Doe's grave and her skull was used for another reconstruction with new 3D technology. The reconstruction was completed in January, 2014 and recently was made available to the Sheriff's Office.

The photos show the new reconstruction, as well as the reconstruction that was completed in 2006. The 2006 reconstruction show the victim's original teeth.

Sheriff Maxey Cerliano and the Gregg County Sheriff's Office request assistance in identifying Jane Doe. Persons with information are asked to contact Lt. Kirk Haddix at (903)236-8411 or email; kirk.haddix@co.gregg.tx.us.

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