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    PA - Wht/Hisp, Male, 30-50 yo, 5'3"-5'10", Near West Manchester Mall, Nov 2013



    Officials say he was between 30 and 50 years old, possibly Hispanic or of European decent, and anywhere from 5″3 to 5″10. It is estimated that he had gone missing a minimum of 3 years prior to discovery of his remains. Officials say the man had a significant overbite and It appears as though he hadn’t had dental care in years prior to his death. Officials say he also had significant facial trauma that healed but was slightly deformed on the right side of his nose as a result of the healing process. Overall, he was a robust muscular individual with significant muscle markings, and osteoarthritis throughout his remains indicates strenuous physical activity and possibly an occupation that involved physical labor. The victim had been wearing “Knocker” brand boxer shorts.


    The University of North Texas is still working on getting a DNA profile of the victim.
    http://fox43.com/2016/10/12/official...nship-in-2013/

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    Tried researching the boxer brand name but, of course, they are sold pretty much everywhere (walmart, amazon, ebay, overstock etc.)

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    Those sketches look nothing alike.
    Media thread for Abby and Libby.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulessa View Post
    Those sketches look nothing alike.
    I thought the same thing.

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    They do look like 2 different men and they don't even look like they could be related, let alone resemble each other! I guess the 2 distinctive things about this man would be his robust/muscular build and nose deformity.

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    Namus link for this (note the pictures from above are not included):

    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/12047

    As of now, rule-outs are:

    Benjamin Brubaker 1974 Ohio
    Andrew Chapman 1974 Ohio
    Gene Lysle 1964 Ohio
    Michael McLaughlin 1964 Virginia
    Luis Montes 1974 North Carolina
    John Morris 1969 Maryland
    John Skirta 1958 Florida
    Lennid Taku Unknown Florida
    Travis Taylor 1975 Virginia
    Anthony Urciuoli 1969 New York

    The post-mortem interval is estimated at 3 years; here are some missing white males in PA from 2011 and earlier:

    https://lostandfound.revealnews.org/...edperson=12047
    Last edited by creepedout; 10-14-2016 at 12:20 AM.

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    Thank you, Richrd. Isotope results are always so interesting. From the article:

    The testing done by the University of South Florida under the direction of Dr. Erin Kimmerle Ph.D. has concluded the following information: The deceased had a higher presence of C4 (corn maize) in his childhood diet compared to the typical USA diet. This in combination with the ancestry estimate, points to Hispanic-American individual. Based upon the isotope testing they feel he was from an Hispanic family but was born and resided in the USA. The deceased spent his early childhood in southeastern USA, possibly north Florida, Georgia, southern parts of South Carolina, southern Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. ( red zone on the map)
    Also based upon this testing it has been determined the deceased spent the last decade of his life in or around the state of Pennsylvania. The states highlighted in yellow are the states consistent with the deceased’s isotope makeup. Some of those states are Maryland, West Virginia, New Jersey, Delaware, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Vermont, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri and Maine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gardener1850 View Post
    Thank you, Richrd. Isotope results are always so interesting. From the article:





    Based on when this man would have grown up, 35-50 (or earlier) years ago, much of the red areas had very few Hispanics. It is different today with many working in poultry processing, farming, and other industries in Alabama, Georgia, N. Florida, Mississppi and other red areas. The one exception I see is Texas. The areas of Central, South Central, and Eastern Texas have had Hispanics in significant amounts for generations. I wouldn’t be surprised if this UID was from Texas and moved to Pennsylvania around a decade prior to his death. The fact that the areas in yellow (where he may have lived in the decade before his death) include Pennsylvania feels important to me.



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