|| Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
Public Information Director
04/25/11 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sketch of Unidentified Woman
Oklahoma law enforcement needs your help in identifying a traffic accident victim from 1990. A sketch of the remains of a woman was drawn by Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Forensic Artist Harvey Pratt to help identify the victim.
She is described as a black female, approximately 25-35 years old, 5’1” tall, and weighed 87 pounds. She had short black hair, brown eyes, and scars on her forehead and left upper arm. She also had a c-section scar. She was wearing a blue and grey striped long sleeve shirt, beige-colored long sleeve sweater, blue corduroy pants with a woven tan-colored fabric belt, and pantyhose. She was also wearing a yellow-colored ring with a pink stone.
The woman was a passenger in a tractor trailer rig that crashed near Big Cedar, in LeFlore County, four miles south of Highway 259 and Highway 63 on January 18, 1990. The medical examiner ruled her manner of death an accident and cause of death massive head and chest injuries. The truck’s driver only knew the woman as Beth from Cleveland, Ohio, whom he had picked up several days before the traffic accident near 55th and Euclid Street. Her fingerprints were lifted but no match has been made.
If anyone recognizes the sketch, please contact the state medical examiner’s office.