It became known as the “Valentine Jane Doe Homicide” and was chronicled on “Unsolved Mysteries” and other shows.
Three decades later, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office says it has cracked the cold case.
Sheriff Rick Ramsay announced Monday that the previously unknown young woman discovered on Feb. 15, 1991, in a wooded area off U.S. 1 near Mile Marker 35 has now been identified as Wanda Deann Kirkum, who was 18 and lived in Hornell, New York. Read Full Story
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Her killer was identified as Robert Lynn Bradley.
He died in April 1992, a year after he killed Kirkum in the #Florida Keys. His body was found with gunshot wounds to the head in a ditch in Tarrant County #Texashttps://t.co/ViSQAMvM1W pic.twitter.com/aAynfUnDZE
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