Officials said dental records from a body found six years ago at a rest stop in South Carolina do not match the records of a missing Alabama woman.
The badly decomposed body was found in pine straw under a tree at a rest area on Interstate 20 in August of 2000.
Authorities thought a reconstruction of the slain woman's skull resembled the photograph of a Dothan woman missing since 1999, but the dental records didn't match.
The woman was white, between the ages of 19 and 35. She weighed between 100 and 130 pounds and had a slight frame.
She had brown medium-length hair and extensive dental work.
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