Human remains discovered in Colorado 28 years ago ID'd as missing Washington woman
Added 05-15-22 11:11:02am EST - “Human remains first discovered nearly three decades ago in Colorado have been identified as a woman who vanished in Washington state, investigators said Wednesday.” - Foxnews.com
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Human remains first discovered nearly three decades ago in Colorado have been identified as a woman who vanished in Washington state, investigators said Wednesday.
The mystery of the unidentified woman began when a family hiking in western Colorado stumbled across the remains on July 7, 1994, in the Uncompahgre Plateau around Windy Point, the Montrose County Sheriff’s Office said.
The remains became known as "Windy Point Jane Doe," and would remain so for the next 28 years until investigators cracked part of the cold case on April 19.
Susan Hoppes was identified as the "Windy Point Jane Doe" on April 19 -- 28 years after their discovery -- through familial DNA analysis (Montrose County Sheriff’s Office )
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