Identified! Canada - Oyster River, BC, Male remains, 21-35, Aug'14 - Jimmy Pielle

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  1. OkieGranny

    OkieGranny New Member Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    http://www.courierislander.com/news...near-campbell-river-still-a-mystery-1.1344103

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    The logo appears to be from a skate and surf clothing company:

    http://www.splitusa.com/
     
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  3. FigTree

    FigTree New Member

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    Thanks for this listing OkieGranny.
    Just going to put the details in a log form...

    MSM Sources:
    http://www.courierislander.com/news...till-a-mystery-1.1344103#sthash.W9ekHB4S.dpuf
    http://www.pssg.gov.bc.ca/coroners/unidentified-cases/images/2014-2012-0057-a.jpg
    https://www.facebook.com/founddeceasedandunidentified
    http://www.pssg.gov.bc.ca/coroners/unidentified-cases/2014-1012-0057.htm


    UID Found: 4th August 2014
    Location: Remains were lodged in a pothole near the Island Highway, Oyster River - near Campbell River
    Sex: Male
    Age: Between 21 and 35 years of ageyears old, most likely in his 20s.
    Height: Between 163 cm and 171 cm tall (5 feet, 4 inches to 5 feet, 7 inches).
    Est. Time of Death: (prior to 4th August 2014) He died within the past six months, most probably within the past two months.

    Other: In the past, he had fractured both clavicles (collarbones), probably in separate incidents,
    His nose had also been broken at some time in the past.

    Clothing: Found with the remains included a green T-shirt with the emblem "SPLIT" on the front.

    2014-2012-0057-a.jpg
    Logo on Shirt


    potholes.jpg
    The section of the Oyster River where human remains were found and the identity of which is still a mystery.
    Photograph By Neil Cameron -


    Anyone with information which may help identify this man is asked to call the Campbell River RCMP at 250 286-6221
     
  4. FigTree

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    There are a few recreational spots in that area along the river - also tube rafting and sports on the Campbell River -
    I wonder if the UID was involved with something like that and had an accident and was not reported?
    Maybe Fishing?

    Campbell River Tourism:
    http://www.campbellrivertourism.com/index.cfm?page=recreation

    Google Map:
    https://www.google.com.au/maps/plac...2!3m1!1s0x54881c962fd8ef9f:0x2604fea39afa9a2e

    There is a calender here for the weather in the area - day by day & month by month:
    July 2014 - http://www.accuweather.com/en/ca/campbell-river/v9w/month/52857?monyr=7/01/2014
    June 2014 - http://www.accuweather.com/en/ca/campbell-river/v9w/month/52857?monyr=6/01/2014
    May 2014 - http://www.accuweather.com/en/ca/campbell-river/v9w/may-weather/52857
    April 2014 - http://www.accuweather.com/en/ca/campbell-river/v9w/april-weather/52857?monyr=4/1/2014
    March 2014 - http://www.accuweather.com/en/ca/campbell-river/v9w/march-weather/52857?monyr=4/1/2014
    February 2014 - http://www.accuweather.com/en/ca/campbell-river/v9w/month/52857?monyr=2/01/2014
     
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    Great news that Jimmy Richard Pielle was identified.
    Thankyou mikkismom for the link.

    Be at peace now Jimmy - you're going home.
     
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    To add from the news article:

    The last confirmed sighting of Mr. Pielle was about 3 p.m. on March 10, 2014, at which time he was hitchhiking northbound on the Island Highway near Ware Road in Nanaimo.
    Anyone who saw Mr. Pielle after that time is requested to contact the BC Coroners Service or their local RCMP detachment. -


    See more at: http://www.courierislander.com/news...ins-identified-1.1399724#sthash.vZP4ysct.dpuf
     

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