close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for August 13 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. A former Jane Doe found near a campground south of Denver in the summer of 1993 has been positively identified, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday, according to reports. Sheriff’s deputies were called to the Rainbow Falls area of the Pike San Isabel National Forest on June 15, 1993, after Rebecca Ann “Becky” Redeker’s body was found in a makeshift campsite, according to KMGH-TV. “Being a deputy at the time this investigation was going on and now the sheriff it’s an honor to be able to say her name out loud to the public and to give her name some credibility and hopefully folks can assist us in the investigation,” Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said during a news conference. Her body was identified as a 20-year-old woman but she remained a Jane Doe for the past 27 years. “I cannot stress enough that if you knew anyone or you knew Becky or you had anything connected in Becky’s life, please call our office and help us identify the suspect or suspects that were responsible for her death,” Spurlock… Read full this story
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