Tiger Lady Identified After 30 Years

NJSP press conference on the identification of The Tiger Lady.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv2bSnOe34M

Calico696 Calico696
1 week ago

Calico696:

I see the video is 48 minutes long.

Briefly, who is the Tiger Lady?? what is the story on her?

thank you,

Hackresident Hackresident
1 week ago

DNA Helps Break Warren County's 'Tiger Lady' Case
There's finally a crack in the 1991 cold case, the Warren County Prosecutor's Office planning to make an announcement about it on Friday.

There's finally a crack in the 1991 cold case, the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office planning to make an announcement about it on Friday.
There's finally a crack in the 1991 cold case, the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office planning to make an announcement about it on Friday. (Shutterstock)
WARREN COUNTY, NJ - She's been a part of Warren County's "cold case" file for over 30 years, a young woman found dead in Knowlton with a tiger tattoo on her leg.

On Friday, Warren County Prosecutor James Pfeiffer is expecting to make a "major announcement in the investigation," according to Lehigh Valley Live, with the woman known as "Tiger Lady" found to be a "missing teen from Coatesville, Pennsylvania."

Pfeiffer is planning on a news conference with the New Jersey State Police Cold Case Unit, the publication reports, at the Goodwill Fire Company, along with the State Police of Forensic Sciences, Center for Human Identification, BODE Technologies, and Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

According to the prosecutor's office, the unidentified girl was found in a wooded area of Knowlton off of Route 94 by Route 80 on Oct. 26, 1991, and was estimated to be between 17 and 19 years old.

Pfeiffer has vowed to use DNA evidence to help make breaks in cold cases, with "Princess Doe," a young woman who was found dead on July 15, 1982, in Blairstown's Cedar Ridge Cemetery, another one he hopes to find answers for

jennymc jennymc
1 week ago

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