Police Release Photos of Victim’s Body in Orange County Cold Case 48 Years After Her Death

Photos of the body of Jane Doe, an unknown victim killed on 1968, released Nov. Authorities have still had some clues to guide them — such as her clothes, some of which were only sold in New York at the time, and a ring she was wearing — but are hoping the newly released photos, though taken after her death, will lead to new information. Police want to find out who killer her, but not knowing her identity makes it much harder. The woman’s body was discovered by two boys in a field around 4 p.m. 17, 2016, by the Huntington Beach Police Department. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

Huntington Beach police released photos a woman killed in 1968 in hopes of laying to rest Orange County’s oldest cold case with an unidentified victim. near the intersection of Yorktown Avenue and Newland Street in March of that year, according to Huntington Beach Police Chief Rob Handy. It was apparent she had been beaten severely, her throat had been cut, she was violently sexually assaulted, he said.