I've been looking at these two cases on NamUs for some time -- ME/C Case # 197910802 https://identifyus.org/en/cases/4401 ME/C Case # 7943501 https://identifyus.org/en/cases/4400 Both of them were found on August 29, 1979. ME/C Case # 197910802 (NamUs UP # 4401) was found at 6280 E. 2ND ST, Long Beach, CA 90803. ME/C Case # 7943501 (NamUs UP # 4400) was found at Pacific Coast Highway and 2ND ST, Long Beach, CA 90803, which is the corner where 6280 E. 2ND ST is located. There used to be a 76 Gas Station at that address until a couple of years ago. Both 4400 and 4401 are described as being 72 inches tall with brown hair and their body condition is listed as not recognizable - partial remains with soft tissues. For a long time, I had just assumed that the listing were a duplicate of each other and this was John Doe "76" on Randy Kraft's list. I noticed there are some big differences between the listings, such as one has a low identification potential (4400) and the other's identification potential is rated medium high (4401). They have different scars all together -- 4400 has a scar on his left knee and 4401 has a scar on his abdomen. I am wondering now if these are actually two parts (sorry, I don't mean to be graphic) of the same man or two different men? It seems like if it was all the same person, he would only have one listing. I am trying to find newspaper articles about this person/these people, but so far haven't been able to. If this is two people, they would be one of the 2 in 1 listings? Also, I heard back from Kern County and the UID found near Taft has never been identified.