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As police tried to identify her, Wilson nicknamed the Jane Doe "Miss Molly." He said Online Cigarettes Store USA he doesn't remember how he thought of the name but told ABC News it's stuck at the sheriff's department ever since. "A few months ago I talked to the current sheriff about it ... he was very interested in this case," Wilson said. "We talked about a DNA test and talked about exhuming the body."
He went on, "You're supposed to have next of kin that authorizes us to do that. So what Newport Pleasure we had to do was get the county attorney to take the issue to court, to get a court order."
On Monday, after an order of exhumation and a search warrant, her body was exhumed from Gypsum Hill Cemetery in Kansas so samples can be obtained for DNA testing, the Saline County Sheriff's Office said.Wilson said he's hoping "Miss Molly"'s DNA will match with a family member.
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"Thank God the sheriff and his officers have not given up 33 years later -- they are still working on that case," Wilson said.