"Lisa" Jane Doe- Massachusetts- 2000 Jul 21, 2019 3:39:54 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Jul 21, 2019 3:39:54 GMT -5
(Above photo credits: National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's missingkids.org website)
Date Found: Nov 13, 2000
Location Found: Chelsea, MA
Estimated Age: 17-25
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Unknown
Estimated Height: 5'2" to 5'0"
Estimated Weight: 100 to 130 lbs
On November 13, 2000 an unidentified female was found deceased in a parking lot on Crest Ave in Chelsea, Massachusetts. She had been deceased for approximately 24 hours. The victim is described to be a medium to light skin black female with possible admixture of Asian, Cape Verdean, or Indian. She was 17-25 years old at the time of death, stood 5’02” to 5’05” tall and weighed around 100-130 pounds. She is described as petite with good muscle tone. The female had short black hair with a reddish tint. No obvious tattoos, scars or identifying marks were observed on her body. The female did have purple polish on her toenails. She had been treated by a dentist in life as several fillings were observed in her teeth. She also had a slight overbite that might have been noticeable to others. Massachusetts State Police have identified and arrested a suspect in this female’s homicide. The suspect stated that the victim was involved in sex trafficking at the time of her death, claimed she identified herself as “Lisa”, and was from Philadelphia, PA. Images above are a facial reconstruction created by a NCMEC Forensic Artist that depicts what the female may have looked like in life.
Local news article: www.boston25news.com/news/missing-and-forgotten-the-search-for-chelsea-jane-does-identity/755316004
Thoughts? This is an unusual unidentified victim case in that usually the victim is ID'd first and then the killer. Here we have the killer, Eugene McCollom, already caught and serving life in prison.
There are some decent clues to work with as she called herself Lisa and said she was from Philadelphia. In my opinion, it is possible her name wasn't really Lisa and it was an alias she used for her safety. Regardless, I think this is a solvable case even though it's been too long. Lisa received justice, but any family she may have deserves to know what happened and she deserves a proper burial as well.
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