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    Posted July 2, 2012 by
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    (Update) She has been identified and Family has been contacted.

     

    Caryville, TN police dispatcher spoke with Missing Persons News and have told them that  “Jane Doe”  has been identified and that her family has been contacted.

     

    http://missingpersonsnews.com/breaking-tennessee-jane-doe-identified/

     

     

    On June 28th around 10:30 pm, a young woman mysteriously appeared at a bar called the Big Orange Bar, located at 184 John McGhee Boulevard Caryville, Tennessee. She was alone, had no ID and carried no purse, bags or other belongings.

     

    The young lady whom seems to be between the ages of 15 and 21 appears to be healthy said the Caryville Police Department however, she seems to be "severely limited mentally" and they believe she's autistic. She has not been able to communicate with anyone to provide her name or any other personal information that might help Investigators get a step closer to finding this young woman's family..

     

    "We are a small town and generally people know each other, just through passing. This female here, no one we've talked to knew of her," said Assistant Police Chief Stephanie Smith.

     

    If you have any information on the woman's identity, call the Caryville Police Department at 423-562-9478 or 423-562-8095

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