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    CO - Littleton, BlkMale Skeletal UP11196, Apr'13 - Name not found

    Intact cranium, ribs, pelvis, femur bones recovered in Littleton, Jefferson County, CO on April 1, 2013. Some short frizzy hair remnants were found off clothing. Age and sex uncertain, I'm guessing male from the clothing; a young one from the shoe size.

    Clothing on body:
    Heavy blue Croft and Barrow jacket, approximately large young adult size along with a blue medium size polo shirt, Eddie Bauer brand, that covered the vertebrae, ribs and upper extremity bones. Additional decomposed and weathered 32x32 pants with A J C on the inside of the waist band that covered the pelvis and long bones.
    Clark's brand walking shoe (size 7) containing a gray sock.
    A wallet was obtained along with several credit cards and misc. cards and a bus transfer receipt.

    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/full_report/11196
    Last edited by CarlK90245; 06-23-2013 at 05:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OkieGranny View Post
    Intact cranium, ribs, pelvis, femur bones recovered in Littleton, Jefferson County, CO on April 1, 2013. Some short frizzy hair remnants were found off clothing. Age and sex uncertain, I'm guessing male from the clothing; a young one from the shoe size.

    Clothing on body:
    Heavy blue Croft and Barrow jacket, approximately large young adult size along with a blue medium size polo shirt, Eddie Bauer brand, that covered the vertebrae, ribs and upper extremity bones. Additional decomposed and weathered 32x32 pants with A J C on the inside of the waist band that covered the pelvis and long bones.
    Clark's brand walking shoe (size 7) containing a gray sock.
    A wallet was obtained along with several credit cards and misc. cards and a bus transfer receipt.

    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/full_report/11196
    If there were credit cards in the wallet, a name would certainly be on those cards giving them a great head-start to identify I would assume. Hopefully his loved ones can bring him home soon.
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    All I can figure is LE must have decided the wallet didn't belong to the UID.

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    Clarks are pricey shoes...well above average anyways.
    The whole outfit says male...maybe just a small male?

    Going to go off and look around with those pant initials...

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    I believe Croft and Barrow is a Kohl's brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachSue View Post
    I believe Croft and Barrow is a Kohl's brand.
    If you google Croft and Barrow it shows up in a lot of links as being sold at Kohls.

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    The credit cards may not have had names on them. If they were store purchased pre paid cards they would not have a name. You can pick those up anywhere. I purchase them often as gifts.

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    I would like to know if the "A J C" is handwritten or made by a stamp. I am assuming it has nothing to do with the actual Croft and Barrow pants- at least I have never seen something like that on the insides.

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    I found 6 persons (not including children) in the four major MP sites (Charley, NamUs, DoeNet, NAMPN) who were missing before this year, and have the initials A.J.C.

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    Andrea Jean Coyle (1978) http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/c/coyle_andrea.html
    Anthony J. Cavet (1996) http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...t_anthony.html
    Antonio Jose Cadavid (2002) http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...d_antonio.html
    Austin J. Childs (2005) http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...ds_austin.html
    Angelica Jasmin Cardenas (2006) https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/13200/9
    Athena Joy Curry (2011) http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/c/curry_athena.html

    I didn't include Angelina J Cocuzza because her Date LKA is too recent.

    It's interesting that according to Austin Childs' Charley Project narrative, he actually goes by his initials AJC, but the circumstances (apparently lost at sea) don't fit.
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    32x32 pants would likely be somebody around 5'7"-5'8" or maybe a little more and medium build.

    Athena Curry would seem to be about the right size, and she has short frizzy or fluffy hair. If she really did leave the abusive boyfriend and decided to head back to Portland, where she was born and raised, her route could easily have taken her near Littleton. I would expect them to find some of her facial jewelry if it was her, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deca View Post
    I would like to know if the "A J C" is handwritten or made by a stamp. I am assuming it has nothing to do with the actual Croft and Barrow pants- at least I have never seen something like that on the insides.
    Hello! This is my first post, as I joined tonight. Anyways, I was thinking that the AJC is the name brand of the pants, called Arizona Jean Company, sold at JC Penney's stores. In the description of clothing, the details are stated as a Croft and Barrow jacket, but not Croft and Barrow pants.
    AJC could also be the person's initials, but I am thinking because of the Eddie Bauer polo shirt, Croft and Barrow Jacket, that is seems plausible that it could be Arizona Jean Company, as these are all well known name brands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treelights View Post
    Hello! This is my first post, as I joined tonight. Anyways, I was thinking that the AJC is the name brand of the pants, called Arizona Jean Company, sold at JC Penney's stores. In the description of clothing, the details are stated as a Croft and Barrow jacket, but not Croft and Barrow pants.
    AJC could also be the person's initials, but I am thinking because of the Eddie Bauer polo shirt, Croft and Barrow Jacket, that is seems plausible that it could be Arizona Jean Company, as these are all well known name brands.
    Oh, good point. I should have thought of that. My youngest always preferred Arizona jeans when he was in high school, before he got sophisticated and graduated to American Eagle Outfitters...
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    Quote Originally Posted by honesty View Post
    The credit cards may not have had names on them. If they were store purchased pre paid cards they would not have a name. You can pick those up anywhere. I purchase them often as gifts.
    Yes, I was thinking the same thing, that these cards could be gift cards, as in a gift from someone during the Christmas holidays, as this individual was wearing what is described as a Heavy coat, which could have been worn during the holiday months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deca View Post
    Clarks are pricey shoes...well above average anyways.
    The whole outfit says male...maybe just a small male?

    Going to go off and look around with those pant initials...
    With the Clarks shoe being pricey, it could mean that this person needed a good walking shoe, as perhaps this person did not drive, hence the bus transfer ticket.
    With the bus transfer ticket found in the wallet or on the clothing, then in my opinion, that person was enroute elsewhere and did not make it to the destination, or decided not to use the transfer ticket.

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    A Heavy coat was described, so in my opinion, this person could have originally been missing from say the months of October through April when a heavy coat might be necessary in Colorado.

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