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anthrobones
05-20-2007, 03:11 PM
http://doenetwork.org/cases/972umco.html



Unidentified Male

The victim was discovered on November 23, 2006 in Commerce City, Adams County, Colorado
Estimated Date of Death: November 2005 - August 2006
Skeletal Remains
Possible Homicide
Formerly Hot Case # 401

Vital Statistics

Estimated age: Over 21 years old
Distinguishing Characteristics: His hair and eye color, height and weight are unknown.
Dentals: The number of teeth wasn't enough to allow investigators to use dental records for identification.
Clothing: At the scene was a belt buckle and a pair of boots. The gold-colored metal belt buckle, about 3 inches wide and 2 inches high, has several words on it. The engraving on the top of the buckle was for "Real Whiskey" and on the bottom "LORD CALVERT CANADIAN." The back of the buckle was engraved: "Real Whiskey for real men."
The buckle was found near fragments of what appears to be a white belt.
A pair of size 8 1/2 brown work or hiking boots with black rubber soles, with the word "Rocky" on the bottom, was also found.
Fingerprints: Not Available
Case History
The victim was located on November 23, 2006 in a remote field near Interstate 270 and 64th Avenue, which is a popular spot for transients, in Commerce City, Colorado.
An eBay listing for the brass buckle indicates that it was made in the 1970s. Investigators are trying to determine when and where the buckles were made and where they were distributed.
It's important to note that one picture of the belt buckle is the belt buckle found at the scene. The other pictures of the belt buckle were found and taken off an internet site for more identity.
The exact brand of the boots has not been identified, but they resemble boots that can be purchased at Cabela's, a sporting goods store.

Shin Masamura
01-10-2011, 03:01 PM
Im a shoe manager the boots are made by Rocky Mountain boots. Sold at Dicks sporting good and many Northern and mid west sporting good stores