'Truly remarkable': Forensic DNA ID's Colorado cold case victim as missing Pierce County woman

Over the past 28 years, investigators from multiple law enforcement agencies have tried to find out what happened to Windy Point Jane Doe.

SEATTLE — A Pierce County woman who was reported missing in 1993 was identified through DNA as the victim of a decades-old cold case homicide in Colorado.

On July 7, 1994, the body of a woman was found by a hiker on the Uncompahgre Plateau, south of Grand Junction in western Colorado. The Montrose County Sheriff’s Office began a homicide investigation. 

Investigators referred to the woman as Windy Point Jane Doe.

Over the past 28 years, investigators from multiple

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