‘Jane Doe’ in Kern, California identified as Cree woman missing since 1980s – APTN News

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‘Jane Doe’ in Kern, California identified as Cree woman missing since 1980s – APTN News

by ahnationtalk on April 29, 202122 Views

Apr 29, 2021

‘It’s been a long haul’ says niece of Shirley Ann Soosay from Samson Cree Nation.

A Cree woman known for decades as “Jane Doe #5 – Kern County” in California has been identified through a collaboration with her niece, a U.S. Sheriff’s Office and a not-for-profit DNA matching project that focuses on unidentified remains.

The woman was found stabbed to death in an almond orchard near Delano, Calif., on July 14, 1980.

She has now been identified as Shirley Ann Soosay from Samson Cree Nation – Maskwacis territory in Alberta by the Kern County Sheriff’s Office in Bakersfield, Calif., and the DNA Doe Project.

Read More: https://www.aptnnews.ca/national-news/jane-doe-5-in-kern-california-identified-as-cree-woman-missing-since-1980s/

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