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Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office
Friday March 22nd, 2013 :: 01:39 p.m. CDT


COLD CASE: "Lime Lady" part III. #poltwt #OKCOSO

(Oklahoma City) A quote from one of the "Lime Lady" investigators:

"It is reasonable to assume that because of the 18-25 age range of the 'Lime Lady' that she could still have a parent or sibling living. The 'Lime Lady' has got to be someone's somebody and someone is still looking for closure on her. The resolution to this homicide incident is pending and critical to learning the identity of this unidentified female victim".

Discovered on the bank of the N. Canadian River near Jones, Oklahoma April 18, 1980 the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office is looking for information to identify this murder victim. She was shot several times, and nicknamed the "Lime Lady" due to the fact the suspect poured lime on her in an attempt to accelerate the decomposition process.

The type of lime used actually helped preserve her body. She is described as a white, 18-25 years old, 5'06-5'07 tall, 120lbs, with reddish brown shoulder length hair.

The victim also had a unique tattoo of a heart on her left chest 4cmx1cm in size. The heart was outlined in blue ink, and the center of the heart was colored in red ink

If you recognize the composite drawing please contact the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office at (405) 713-1017 or send us a message online at .

Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office
201 N Shartel Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 405-713-1000

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