I could not find a Doe Network page in the Unidentified section however I did find a Doe Network link for Patrick in the Missing section. The remains were initially thought of as female for over 20 years, until a review of the case in 2011.

Doe Network page for Patrick - http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/3561dmmb.html


DNA used to identify human remains in 1990 cold case; RCMP seek tips in investigation

Published Friday, Aug. 10, 2012 10:50AM CST
Last Updated Friday, Aug. 10, 2012 5:38PM CST

Human remains found 22 years ago in a farmer’s field near Faulkner, Man. have been identified as those of a man reported missing the year before in Winnipeg.

The remains have been identified as those of Patrick Lawrence Rosner, 20, said RCMP on Aug. 10.

Police are treating the death as suspicious.


WINNIPEG — For more than 20 years police believed it was a woman who had met an unfortunate end in a central Manitoba hay field.

The 1990 case file grew as officers searched from coast to coast trying to match a weather-worn skull and a few bones found near Faulkner to a missing female.

“We just were not making headway in locating this woman,” RCMP Sgt. Line Karpish said Friday.

In 2011, cold-case detectives took stock of what they had and re-evaulated their approach.