A Jane Doe found dead at a Victorian beach more than 57 years ago remains unidentified but police aren’t giving up on cracking the case.
The woman’s body was discovered floating in the water off Sorrento beach on the Mornington Peninsula by passers-by during the evening of February 25, 1966.
Detectives on Monday released a digitally generated image of the woman as they seek to solve the mystery.
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The woman is described as between 65 and 70, about 164cm tall, with a slight build.
Police are trying to identify a woman whose body was found at a Victorian beach nearly 60 years ago. Credit: AAP
She had grey hair, no teeth, brown eyes with a blue periphery in her iris, and a 15cm scar on her left leg.
She was wearing a string of pearls, a pink bra, a pink corset, blue bloomers and nylon stockings.
No personal belongings were found on the beach.
A picture has also been released of another woman who police believe could potentially unravel the mystery.
The photograph, identified as having been taken in Italy and dated April 10 1961, was found with the dead woman’s police file from 1966.
But there was no explanation as to where it came from or its connection to the case.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.
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