05-22-2013, 02:11 PM #1
TX - Houston, WhtMale UP7147, 20-30, in Houston Zoo lake, Mar'89
Here is my first thread so here we go...
Namus Link: https://identifyus.org/en/cases/7147
ME/C Case Number: ML89-1766
WARNING -POSTMORTEM PIC AT NAMUS LINK (NOT TO GRAPHIC)
March 16 1989 Within Hours
Not recognizable - Traumatic injuries
Male 20-30 Years Old
5'6" Tall, Weight 129, White Male, Blue Eyes
Brown Hair 3 inches in length
Calvin Klein brand blue jeans (28x30) and underwear.
Found floating in water: 1610 Zoo Cir. Hermann Park Lk. Houston, Harris County, TX. Decedent found in Lake Houston near above address. Decedent had been seen around the park for several days and is believed to of had mental problems.
six inch vertical scar on abdomen and a scar on the cubital area of the right arm.
Fingerprints X-Rays and Dentals Available
According to autopsy report, 1, 16, 17, and 32 are impacted.
05-22-2013, 02:13 PM #2
Had A Possible match, Which is why I submitted. Let me know what you think Sleuthers.
No Namus, Its the Pic that gets me, Stats are close. Good time frame. Let me know...
05-22-2013, 02:16 PM #3
Oh I forgot. I know California to Texas. He had a minute to get there and with the mental problems listed who knows where he could of ended up. Just a thought.
05-22-2013, 02:36 PM #4
05-22-2013, 02:50 PM #5
Another possible, dates and height a little of but demo's are good and had a history of mental problems.
05-23-2013, 10:24 AM #6
Thank you Carl, you do not know how much your opinion means on this board. I agree slightly on the ears with a second look, but aren't they both attached? Just something about the moustache and eyebrows that strike me as real similar.
So not worth an E-Mail to Harris County?
I was thinking with this poor soul, having no DNA, no match on CODIS is possible. (as you know) Apparently there was no fingerprint match when submitted at death, no tattoos or broken bones any submission at all possible would be a good start to give this man his name back. His case seems like his case has had little activity and with such a good picture it seems very solvable.
Any ideas on his possible nationality, maybe Spanish, Mediterranean?
Possible Middle Eastern and came to this country on Vacation, or came from Mexico?
His page of course says White but that does not specify his nationality. (as you know)
Anyone know how responsive Harris County is to private citizens?
I'd just like to get this gentleman a few good submissions if possible.
Now searching Missing People's posts out of the U.S, keep you updated.
Any help is appreciated! Thanks guys...
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