Police search for Jane Doe’s identity

Woman says she does not know who she is

By DONNA MELTON – dmelton@sunherald.com


Police need help identifying a woman found at a gas station Monday.

She was discovered by Sgt. Clay Necaise at 8:37 p.m. when he went to investigate a 911 hang-up at the Waveland Exxon at U.S. 90 and Mississippi 603, Chief James Varnell said.

“When Sgt. Necaise attempted to interview the female she stated that she did not know who she is, where she lived, where she came from or how she got there,” he said.

It is not known if the woman made the call, investigator Laura Stepro said.

American Medical Rescue took her to Hancock Medical Center, where she was admitted as a Jane Doe, he said.

She was wearing a purple shirt, black pants, black sandals and a gold-and-silver watch with the inscription “Love, Dream and Believe.”

The woman is white, in her mid-30s, about 5-feet, 7-inches tall and weighs about 300 pounds.

She has a scar under her left eye.

Anyone with information concerning the woman’s identity is asked to call central dispatch at 255-9191.

Read more: http://www.sunherald.com/2010/03/30/2064749/police-search-for-jane-does-identity.html#ixzz0jksuRVvA

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