[FONT=arial,verdana,geneva,lucida][SIZE=-1][/SIZE][/FONT]http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/715umfl.html Unidentified White Male * The victim was discovered on March 13, 1981 in St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida * Estimated Date of Death: 3-7 days * Cause of Death: Gunshot wounds to the head * Partially Decomposed Remains Vital Statistics * Estimated age: 30-50 years old * Approximate Height and Weight: 5'11"; 165-185 lbs. * Distinguishing Characteristics: Short, brown hair; brown eyes. He may have had a moustache. He had a brown glass eye in his left socket; the left side of his face also had been previously injured somehow, perhaps in an accident or a fight. * Dentals: Available * Clothing: Dark blue, long-sleeve jogging shirt, dark blue double knit wool pants (brand name St. Michael), black belt with square silver buckle, light color boxer shorts, dark nylon socks, black Florsheim loafers (size 10E), and a Jules Jurgensen self-winding, 17 jewel calendar watch with gold Speidel band. * Fingerprints: Available * DNA: Available Case History The victim was located in thick mangroves at the end of a dirt road in the area of Fourth Street N and 115th Avenue, in St. Petersburg, Florida on March 13, 1981. His knee was protruding from the dirt. Investigators figured this man had been buried for three to seven days. This was the second body found over a three-week period in the winter of 1981. Their bodies were discovered by fishermen, about 3 miles apart. One was buried in a shallow grave, the other tossed in Tampa Bay with a barbell tied to his feet. Both men died of gunshot wounds to the head or neck. Neither body held many clues. No identification cards were found. Both men may have been killed somewhere else, then dumped here. Perhaps by the same person. The first man was identified as a Tampa carnival worker in 2003. Detectives consulted optometry organizations. Over the years, they found more than two dozen missing persons reports involving people with glass eyes. None were their guy. They ran fingerprints through databases, but nothing matched. In 1983, investigators exhumed the body and used the skull to mold clay into a likeness of the dead man's face. Detectives plan to enter the man's DNA into a national missing person's database.