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Today is the 11th Anniversary of my “adopted” Daughter Spring Doe’s discovery in Chicago and she is still UNIDENTIFIED. Please re-share her facial approximation and case information. SOMEONE KNOWS WHO SHE IS! She is Someone’s Child! She is some family’s MISSING PERSON!

When I first started advocating for Spring, we only had a question mark to illustrate what she may have looked like. Cook County Medical Examiner Cina heard our concerns and commissioned an approximation of her face by facial reconstruction.
To this date, her approximation has not been shown on television in the Chicagoland area to help identify her. She is on NamUs.gov and the Cook County Medical Examiner’s web page:

http://www.cookcountyil.gov/medical-examiner/unidentified-persons/
Many thanks to WBBM’s Steve Miller who has done radio broadcasts about Spring and posted her approximation on the WBBM web site. But We NEED television coverage so that anyone who may have know her might see a resemblance.
Every Unidentified Person is some family’s missing child. There should be a missing person’s family member standing by every Unidentified found advocating for that victim.
Let this be the year we find Spring Doe’s family!
My “adopted daughter” Spring was found on April 28, 2005 at 13060 S. Indiana, Chicago, Illinois. Experts estimate she was between approximately thirteen and eighteen years of age when she was killed. First news reports listed her as White/possibly Hispanic. She is listed as White on her NamUs profile.
Somewhere, someone has been missing a daughter who was between thirteen and eighteen years of age when they last saw her and between approximately 5’3″ and 5’5″ tall. Her teeth were natural with no fillings or cavities.
My “adopted daughter” Spring most likely had a beautiful smile.

My “daughter” Spring was compared to my 10 year old niece Tionda Bradley (Black/Hispanic) and thirteen year old Rachel Mellon (Asian/White). Both girls were ruled out as being Spring.
Blessings to all of you who are searching and hoping,
Shelia Bradley-Smith
Great Aunt of the Missing Bradley Sisters

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