Oklahoma Law Enforcement Looking To ID 1990 LeFlore County Crash Victim

Monday, April 25th 2011, 1:41 pm
By: News On 6


TULSA, Oklahoma -- The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has released a sketch the victim of a 1990 crash in LeFlore County in hopes of getting her ID.

The OSBI says the sketch drawn by forensic artist Harvey Pratt is that of a black female, about 25 to 35 years of age, 5'1", and weighed about 87 pounds.

The woman was a passenger in a semi tractor trailer which crashed near Big Cedar about four miles south of state Highway 259 and State Highway 63 in LeFlore County on January 18, 1990.

The driver of the semi says he had picked up the woman several days before. She said her name was Beth and she was from Cleveland, Oklahoma.

At the time of the crash she was wearing a blue and grey stripped shirt, beige-colored sweater, blue corduroy pants and a yellow-colored ring with a pink stone.

The OSBI says a search of fingerprint records have turned up nothing.

If anyone recognizes the sketch, please contact the state Medical Examiner's Office in Tulsa at 918-582-0985.