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Orange: 37 Year Old Cold Case

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Location: Lake Mann


The skeletal remains of these two young women were found in 1977 near the southwest corner of Lake Mann in Orange County. 14-year-old Nancy Grace Daniel (top) vanished on September 6th, 1976 near Parramore Avenue and Anderson Street. Her family never heard from her again and believed she ran away. They did file a missing persons report with Orlando Police.


As time passed, forensic technology has improved.
Thanks to the Center for Missing and Exploited Children, her remains were identified last month.
The composite photo (on the right) is a 3D model showing what the other young woman may have looked like. We are working with the Center to find out who it is.

 

 

 
 
 

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