Case name: The woman in the Meuse
Case code: 2023-BEL05
- Date of death (estimated): Undetermined.
- Date of discovery: 7 June 2005
- Location: Belgium: In the Meuse in Jambes, a borough of Namur, Boulevard de Meuse, (right bank), at the level of the harbour master's office.
- Sex: Female
- Estimated year of birth: Between 1960 and 1980
- Estimated age: Between 25 and 45 years old
- Height: 163 cm
- Skin tone: Light-skinned
- Hair colour: Brown or black
- Eye colour: Undetermined
- Clothing: The woman was distinctively dressed in matching trousers and top. Vertical stripes run across the pants in a slightly lighter shade. The pant legs run wider towards the bottom. The woman also wore a black bra and black panties from the brand ‘Chique’. Shoe size 38.
- Tattoos, birth marks, scars: The woman presumably had a scar on the right side of her face, about 4 cm long, above the lip. She also had a scar due to the removal of her appendix.
- Jewellery: None
The River Meuse flows into Belgium from France; the first major city on the river in Belgium is Namur. On 7 June 2005, the body of a woman was found near Jambes, a borough of Namur.
The woman was aged between 25 and 40 years old, with a medium build. She had dark, medium-length wavy hair, a light complexion and her teeth were in good condition.
She may have had a scar of about 4 cm long on the right side of her face above her lip. Her appendix was surgically removed.
The victim was wearing a beige top and beige striped pants with underneath a black bra and black panties, both from the brand ‘CHIQUE’. Her toenails were painted red.
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