NamUs: https://identifyus.org/en/cases/9152 Case #: 95-4471 Date found: April 26, 1995 Location: Wooded Area: Off I-95 Between exits 40 and 41, Milford, CT (New Haven Co.) Estimated age: 35-45 Race: Black/African American Sex: Male Hair: Black Height: 70 in. Body conditions: Not recognizable - near complete or complete skeleton Probable year of death: 1993 to 1995 Estimated postmortem interval: 2 years Circumstances: Remains were found by a walker in a wooded area. Skeletal findings: Left clavical [clavicle] fracture. Clothes on body: Navy blue, knee length, short sleeved lab coat, Hooded, front zippered sweatshirt, Steel-grey colored front zippered jacket, Brown/black t-shirt Clothing with body: Pair of Fabric Gloves found in sweatshirt pocket Footwear: socks and sneakers Jewelry: Fabric made religious medallion of Catholic origin DNA: Sample not available Dental: Dental information/charting is available and entered. Associated images: This seems to be the "religious medallion". I can't read it. "Weapon found with him is an old Stevens Arms rusted 16 gauge double barrel shotgun There is a goose flying over weeds on the logo no serial number" My guess is suicide? Wonder if there's DNA available and they just don't want to exhume? And where is the recon? Why does CT hate recons?