HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. -- The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children have released a 2D facial reconstruction of a girl whose body was found on the side of the interstate nearly three decades ago.

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Investigators say Jane Hillsborough Doe's remains were found on September 19, 1990. Her body was found over the guardrail, east of the New Hope Church Exit. She had been dead for approximately 4-6 days.

Investigators say she was white and was 14-22 years old when she died.

She was 5'03'' tall and weighed around 108 pounds. She had brown or blonde hair that was possibly color treated and cut just above her shoulders.

She had a 3-inch surgical scar on her lower right abdomen that was consistent with an appendix scar.

Investigators say she'd been treated by a dentist in life as she had fillings in three of her teeth.

She was found wearing an oversized pink sweatshirt with three cartoon bunnies on the front, a bra and ankle socks. She was also wearing a thin yellow metal bracelet on her left wrist.

She was wearing this bracelet.
She was wearing this bracelet.
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If anyone has information about Jane Hillsborough Doe or believes they know who she is, they should contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) or the Orange County Sheriff’s Office at 919-644-3050.

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