01-12-2016, 05:01 PM #1
VA - Caroline Co., 2 HispMales UP6301 & UP6507, off I-95, Nov'88
Virginia officials are asking the public to help them identify skeletal remains.
Chief Medical Examiner William Gormley on Tuesday unveiled facial models of eight people who were found dead in central Virginia and have never been identified.
Gormley says three of the sets of remains were found at separate locations and times in Stafford County. Two of the individuals were discovered in Caroline County and one was found in Henrico County. The remaining two were located in James City County and York County.
The facial approximations are of five men and three women. Their remains were discovered between 1972 and 2014.
Gormley is encouraging anyone who may be able to identify the individuals to contact his office.
01-12-2016, 05:07 PM #2
C1988-13134, NamUs #6507: Caroline County – On November 10, 1988, the remains of a Hispanic male were found along Interstate 95 at mile marker 112 in Caroline County. He is believed to have been 35-45 years of age...
Caroline County—On the 10th of November, 1988, the remains of a Hispanic male were found along I-95 at mile marker 112 in Caroline County. He is believed to have been 17-25 years of age.
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01-12-2016, 05:31 PM #3
01-12-2016, 08:09 PM #4
If the workforce in Louisiana is any clue, we should be looking for males of mixed ethnicity (European/Meso-American First Narion) in the agriculture or construction areas."Fall down seven times, get up eight."
07-05-2016, 06:40 AM #5
The remains of two Hispanic men, possibly a father and son, were found by hunters in the woods along I–95 about two miles north of the Ladysmith exit on Nov. 10, 1988.
The older man, featured in the January update, was 35 to 45 years old with black hair. He had a gray, white and navy plaid short-sleeve shirt with pearl buttons and a navy long-sleeve shirt, brown “Rustler” jeans, a brown belt with “SILVANO” impressed on it, tan cowboy boots and a pair of baseball caps. He also had a religious medallion and a belt buckle with an “eagle-like headdress” and “MEXICO” printed on it.
His DNA was collected. He has been excluded from 170 missing person cases.
The other skeletal remains found were from a 17- to 25-year-old. He had black hair, a blue-and-gray, short-sleeve T-shirt with a “TRAX” label, blue jeans with a Rustler label and red and black cowboy boots.
Not enough DNA could be extracted from his remains to run in the NAMUS system.
It is estimated that the pair died within 10 months of being discovered, according to NAMUS.
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