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Cold Case Out Of New Hampshire May Have Northern Arizona Ties

R) Jane Doe composite picture
R) Jane Doe composite picture

A New Hampshire cold case dating back to 2000 could have ties to Northern Arizona. FBI officials say a young girl was found dead on a property in Allenstown, New Hampshire in May 2000, but likely died in the late 1970s or early 1980s. The girl was found next to Bear Brook State Park and is likely from Texas, Arizona, California or Oregon. The case involved four victims total, all were found in barrels. She was two-to-four years old at the time of her death, had slightly wavy brown hair and was three-foot-three to three-foot-nine inches tall. DNA testing revealed she is primarily a white female with a small amount of Asian, Black and American Indian ancestry. The FBI investigation and DNA testing confirms her father is Terry Rasmussen, who went by many other aliases including Bob Evans. He is the primary suspect in her death, but has since died. Her mother hasn’t been identified or located and is feared to be another victim. The FBI says Rasmussen has ties to the mines in Black Mesa on the Navajo Nation in the early to mid-1970s. If anyone has information on the girl or her father, contact 1-800-THE-LOST, or 1-800-843-5678, or contact the New Hampshire State Police at 1-603-223-3648.

Dave talked with New Hampshire State Police Sergeant Matthew Koehler about the case and how it all began.  Very interesting information.  Click here to listen: