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    TX - Conroe, WhtMale UP4239, 20-30, in Crater Lake, Jul'86

    Looking for tips on research reported missing adults in the mid 80's. Was there a data base then? Also trying to find a data base for missing adults in Mexico around that time. I have an unidentified homicide with multiple tatoos and I believe it is possible he is from Mexico, Suggestions?
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    If you could post some more details on your Doe, that would help people suggest some good databases, I think; especially, state/city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyaDuck? View Post
    If you could post some more details on your Doe, that would help people suggest some good databases, I think; especially, state/city.
    Victim found north of Houston TX, 1986.
    I am trying to figure out the NAMUS site. I am not with an agency but they ask that during registration. Can indviduals search there without registration? I know I cannot view photos because I got an error message when I tried. I did find a DPS site for TX but would like to access NAMEus. Any suggestions? TIA
    http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/mpch/Unidentified.asp
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    You don't have to register to use namus.
    Go to Namus.gov. Click on the box next to the Unidentified Decedents icon (lower half of page.) On the next page, click Search tab on the upper part of the page, then click the second option that drops down, New Search.
    And you're in.
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.

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    Thanks for the help. Here is the case if anyone wants to look at it.Scroll down to
    1986 Case # 85-19394
    http://www.woodlandsonline.com/dbs/s...e/COLDCASE.pdf
    At the time of recovery of the body, someone said he could be very light hispanic. Checking the NY area considering he had the nick name listed here. Nothing so far. I won't tell ya how long I have been tying to solve this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mensch View Post
    Thanks for the help. Here is the case if anyone wants to look at it.Scroll down to
    1986 Case # 85-19394
    http://www.woodlandsonline.com/dbs/s...e/COLDCASE.pdf
    At the time of recovery of the body, someone said he could be very light hispanic. Checking the NY area considering he had the nick name listed here. Nothing so far. I won't tell ya how long I have been tying to solve this!
    I've had the same murder case on the back burner for 11 years...and some Does and missing I haven't completely stopped working on in almost 5 years.
    believe me, it's nothing new around here.
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.

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    Snufamonbobball is offline But O for the touch of the vanished hand & the sound of the voice that is still.
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    I will keep your guy in mind when I search.
    The more I get to know some people, the more I like my cats!

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    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/84umtx.html
    https://identifyus.org/cases/4239

    Unidentified White Male
    Located on August 3, 1986 in Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.
    The victim is estimated to have died around July 30, 1986.

    Vital Statistics

    Estimated age: 20-30 years old
    Approximate Height and Weight: 5'5-5'7"; 130-140 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Collar length reddish brown hair. Small build. Left ear lobe pierced.
    Clothing: He was wearing blue Levi's jeans, size 30 waist, 31 length, in good condition. A brown short sleeve sport shirt, double open type pockets, and squaretail. Label inside collar had M-SS, 8-0178-25, “Wilson” written on it. Men’s white heavy athletic type socks.
    Tattoos: Tattoo on lower left arm of small devil with painted tail; tattoo upper left arm "Liz", poor quality design. Tattoo right arm "Baby Dawn" and flower type design, poor quality design.
    Dentals: Available. Decaying teeth. Wisdom teeth #1, #16, & #32 were surgically removed (absent). Wisdom tooth #17 was present.

    Case History
    The victim was located in Crater Lake, on August 3, 1986. Several persons were at Crater Lake when they observed what appeared to be a body in the water. MCSO Deputies responded, along with the local fire department.
    The body was removed from the lake utilizing a boat and it was discovered that the body had been weighted down with two cement cinder blocks that were attached to the body with an electrical cord.
    An autopsy revealed that the unidentified male had died from multiple gunshot wounds. Possible street name of “New York Billy”.
    Drawings of the tattoos included in DN and the cold case PDF, not in Namus.

    Namus lists no exclusions.



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