Tomorrow marks the third anniversary, when hunters in Fond du Lac County, found the body of a young woman during gun-deer season. The chilling discovery, hasn't led to many clues about the woman they call "Jane Doe."
Investigators are trying a new tactic, they hope will produce some new leads.
For three long years, she's gone without an identity.
"The name we gave her is Jane Doe," said Detective Jerry Kane, of the Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Office.
Jane Doe, is described as being 15-21 years old, around five feet tall, wearing blue jeans and a black top. Detective Jerry Kane, and Lieutenant Cameron McGee have worked the case, since the beginning, when hunters made the discovery during the gun-deer season.
"We are treating it as a homicide, and that's the way it's being investigated at this time," said Lieutenant Cameron McGee, with the Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Office.
The Sheriff's Office has put out drawings, a mannequin, facebook, and more. And now, jailhouse playing cards, introduced Monday, will include Jane Doe's picture.
"I'm feeling good about it. You got guys in jail, and we all know that boys love to brag," said Kane.
So what was Jane Doe doing in these parts, and how did she end up out here? Investigators say she may not be from this area.
"Considering how many leads we followed up, obviously Milwaukee was a huge one, being a big city. Every lead I followed up on has come up with no results," said Kane.
But as the case grows old, these investigators say it is far from cold.
"It's very frustrating. We put a lot of effort into it. And somebody out there is missing a family member, and we would like to reunite that family member with their family," said McGee.
Closing this case, and giving Jane Doe, a name.