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Press: Mystery Woman Identified

Oxford Eagle, Monday, July 24, 2000

Kelly Woods Murder Victim Identified
Area Residents Provide Details

by Alicia Armitage, Staff Reporter

The Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department has positively identified the body found in Kelly Woods last Saturday as Wendy Pane Holloway, a newcomer to Oxford. The body was found by equipment operator Miles Jackson, who had been working nearby at the Kelly Green construction site.

Yoknapatawpha Sheriff's Public Information Officer Elizabeth Jones said, "Thanks to information provided by several Oxford residents, we have been able to identify the victim and are continuing to move forward with the investigation."

According to the Sheriff's Department, Oxford Realty agent Sally Stoppard was instrumental in helping to identify the body. "It's just horrible," Stoppard said. "That poor girl. She just moved here a few months ago and to end up like this. It's just terrible." Stoppard said that she rented a furnished home on Shady Oaks Circle to the victim in February of this year. The home, owned by folk artist "Catfish" Jim Logue, became available for rent when the owner traveled to Italy for a year to study pottery techniques in the Tuscan countryside.

Authorities are still not releasing many details on the status of their investigation. "Identifying the body was a major step," PIO Jones said, "but we still have a long way to go. We are committed to solving

this crime as soon as possible and bringing the party or parties responsible to justice."

The 28-year-old victim was an independent contractor in the computer software and information technology industry. She had worked as a web developer as well as an analyst and site architect. Though Holloway moved to Oxford from Seattle, Washington, she was originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is survived by her mother, Elizabeth Pane, and her brother Peter Pane. Funeral services will be held in Pittsburgh later this week.

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