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November 9th brings a tragic anniversary to members of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office as well as the Livingston County community,  Livingston County Sheriff John M. York said today.

On November 9th, 1979, a young girl between 13 and 19 years of age was shot and dumped roadside on Rt. 20 in the Town of Caledonia.

As part of the investigation,  Sheriff’s officials have brought the FBI and the New York State Police into the continuing effort to identify “Jane Doe” and find her killer.

Jane Doe was of slight build, approximately 120 pounds with wavy brown hair and brown eyes. She was wearing tan corduroy pants with a plaid shirt and a red jacket. The red jacket has authorities most intrigued as the technology of today gives law enforcement greater forensic capabilities.

Through the use of today’s technology and the recent partnership with the FBI and New York State Police, the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office is optimistic that new leads can be generated and this 31 year old case can be solved.

EDITOR'S NOTE: A photograph of "Jane Doe" can be viewed here. Viewer discretion is advised.

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