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Crime Stoppers for the Week of May 12, 2003

May 14, 2003 00:00

  

Portland Police and Multnomah County Prosecutors, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers, are asking for your help in establishing the true identities of two people.

During recent protest demonstrations in Portland, some protestors who were arrested carried no identification and refused to give a name. These individuals had to be processed as either a "Jane" or "John Doe". The "Jane" and "John Doe" pictured failed to appear in court.

"Jane Doe", who was arrested on March 21, 2003, is a white female who appears to be in her 20's. She is approximately 5'3" tall and weighs roughly 155 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

"John Doe", who was arrested on March 25, 2003, is a white male who appears to be in his 20's. He is approximately 6'1" tall and weighs roughly 185 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.

There is a possibility the two may not be from the Portland area.

Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information, reported to Crime Stoppers, that leads to the true identities of the individuals and you need not give your name. Call Crime Stoppers at (503) 823-HELP (4357), or visit Crime Stoppers on the website at www.portlandpolicebureau.com.

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