Earthly body located in 2007 identified September 2014; Mary Jane Menard 40 - Waterbury, Connecticut

The last of three woman found dead in the wooded area behind 593 Hartford Road in New Britain in 2007 has been identified and the state is offering a $150,000 reward for information that leads to arrests in the case.
Police said during a news conference this morning that the remains are of Mary Jane Menard.
Police Search for Clues in 2007 New Britain Cold Case
She was 40 when she disappeared in October 2003. At the time, her daughter was serving overseas, officials said today.
She had been living in Waterbury and was last seen in New Britain, when she went out to get cigarettes, according to the case information on the National Missing Persons Database.
Menard is one of three missing women whose bodies were found seven years ago.
Police had already identified one of the victims as Joyvaline "Joy" Martinez, who had been previously referred to as Jane Doe Number One. Martinez disappeared from East Hartford in October 2003. She was 24 at the time.
Jane Doe Number Two was identified in 2011 as Diane Cusack of New Britain.
Menard had not been identified until now.


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