DNA profile created for woman who was shot dead, covered in quicklime

North Canaan RiverInvestigators have been able to come up with a DNA profile of a murdered Jane Doe who was found in an Oklahoma river more than three decades ago.
The unidentified woman had been shot three times by her killers and then had her corpse covered in a chemical called quicklime.
Police believe that the killers made this unusual move because they thought it would help deteriorate the body and get rid of any clues.
Instead, the chemical actually embalmed the body so that it was effectively mummified.