‘Little Miss Nobody’ Found in Arizona in 1960 Finally Identified as Missing Girl

March 18, 2022

After more than 60 years, a family finally gets some answers to what happened to a missing child. On July 31, 1960 the partially buried body of a little girl was found in Arizona. Since then, she has been known as “Little Miss Nobody.” Dedicated investigators have continued to work the case and just recently, with DNA technology, she was finally identified as Sharon Lee Gallegos of New Mexico. Sharon was just 4 years old when she disappeared. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.

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