CT CT - Hartford Co, HispMale UP8901, 30-60, left side of skull protrudes, Nov'83

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  1. rats

    rats Where is Justice for the Jane and John Does?

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    NamUs: https://identifyus.org/en/cases/8901

    Case #: M-83-428
    Date found: November 2nd, 1983
    Location: Hartford Co., CT
    Estimated age: 30-60 (listed as "age cannot be determined" for some reason)
    Race: White
    Ethnicity: Hispanic/Latino
    Sex: Male
    Body conditions: Not recognizable - partial skeletal parts only
    Probable year of death: X to 1983
    Estimated postmortem interval: 10 years

    Circumstances: Circumstances are unknown

    Deformities: Left side of skull protrudes more than right

    Clothing on body: tan wool jacket, blue shirt, tan pants size 35" waist with a brown belt, black socks
    Footwear: black loafer-type shoes
    Jewelry: Sanyo digital watch with a siler stretch band
    Other items found with body: 3 GM keys in his pocket

    DNA: Sample submitted - tests complete
    Dental: Dental information / charting is available and entered

    My questions for this guy are: Why isn't there a location? Where was he that he could keep all of that stuff nearby even though he was found 10 years after he died? (So 1973?) What body parts didn't they find? Is that why they couldn't estimate height... Even though they seem to have a full set of clothes? Why aren't there any circumstances listed? Why isn't there a recon? I'd love to see what they meant by the left side protruding more. I feel like that would help me envision him a lot better.
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  3. digitective

    digitective New Member

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    Why did he have so many car keys in his pocket? Maybe he was a valet or worked at a car dealership / repair shop or something?

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