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    beckaroozie is offline There sure are a lot of nuts in the Ant Family Tree. Must attract a BUNCH of squirrels.
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    NJ - Charles Strohm, 47, Gloucester, 17 Dec 1999

    Possible? What do you think?I'm not sure if he's been looked at before, or not.



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    Quote Originally Posted by beckaroozie View Post
    Possible? What do you think?I'm not sure if he's been looked at before, or not.



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    Mr Strohm's picture is so grainy it is hard to tell.
    Pro: The basic age, weight, height could be off some, hair,
    eyes.
    Con: his identifying scars and broken bones do not match BK.
    IMO: No.
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    INFO FROM NAMUS

    Status Missing
    First name Charles
    Middle name N.
    Last name Strohm
    Nickname/Alias
    Date last seen December 17, 1999 00:00
    Date entered 12/12/2008

    Age last seen 47 to 47 years old
    Age now 64 years old
    Race White
    Ethnicity
    Sex Male
    Height (inches) 72.0
    Weight (pounds) 160.0 to 165.0



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