A Young Woman’s Skeletal Remains Were Found In A Nearly 100 Year Old Building That Was Demolished, But Her Cause Of Death And Identity Are A Mystery

Sadly, though, a full facial image could never be developed, and the victim’s case eventually went cold.

As of 2022, though, the Will County Coroner’s Office has partnered with Othram to finally give this victim justice.

Othram is the first and only private laboratory with the ability to “vertically integrate a DNA test and human ID solution that can identify victims, find missing persons, and reveal perpetrators of crimes.”

The collaboration hopes to use advanced forensic DNA testing in order to identify the woman or a close family member.

And while the Will County Coroner’s office has already contributed funding to the cause, the victim’s case is still in dire need of donations due to the high cost of DNA testing.

In turn, a DNASolves crowdfund has been launched to finally identify the victim and close her case after twenty-five years.

The fundraiser has a goal of five thousand dollars to cover the remaining expenses, and so far, it has only received just over nine hundred dollars in donations.

To raise awareness about this cold case or help contribute to the victim’s identification, visit the crowdfund link here.

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