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Police Release New Details About Remains Of Child Found In Van Duzer Corridor

(Salem, OR)  --  Oregon State Police are releasing new details about the remains of a young girl found in the Van Duzer corridor.  Police say genetic testing of DNA has revealed the girl was between seven- and nine-years-old and had hazel or brown colored eyes and brown or black hair.  Police say her skin color was light brown to fair with no freckles and she was mostly Caucasian with some Central American ancestry.  Investigators have ruled out 60 potential missing children as they work to identify her.  Detectives believe she wasn't reported missing.

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