Discussion in 'The Unidentified' started by CarlK90245, Jul 23, 2013.
There isn't a lot to go on other than that the UID is likely male.
But I am going to go out on a limb and place my opening guess as
Jackson Voci Reed
Last seen 10 miles away, and almost all of that distance is via a straight shot down West 86th Street.
This is right where I live! Thanks for bringing this discovery to our attention!
Added to Namus
Dental Status: Dental information / charting is available and entered
DNA Status: Complete - Insufficient DNA for profiling
One ruleout -
Billy Marshall 1937 Indiana
Mr. Voci-Reed was entered into NamUs last month.
Dental Status: Dental information / charting is currently not available
DNA Status: Initial inquiry underway
Fingerprint Information Status: Fingerprint information is currently not available
Another article and video with images of his hat and shoes: http://fox59.com/2014/07/18/detectives-hope-youll-recognize-hat-identify-mans-bones/
He has some characteristics that ought to make him identifiable:
Broken bones in his hand indicate possibly a boxer. The shoes look like they could be boxing or MMA type training shoes, similar to these (not an exact match): http://www.reebok.com/us/reebok-combat-noble-trainer/BS6181.html
He has a hat advertising Appalachian Mechanical, which appears to be an HVAC company in Carlisle PA.
"possible sternotomy wires recovered from chest area" -- Sternotomy is the procedure for opening up the chest for heart, artery, or sometimes bronchial surgery.
Map showing approximate location: https://goo.gl/maps/2MN286eCWAm It's about half an hour's drive outside of Indianapolis via I-65.
Just to add:
Anthropologists believe he is a Caucasian or Hispanic man, 40-60 years old, 5'9" with a muscular build. Fractures in his right hand suggest he could be a boxer and he had dentures on just his top set of teeth.
We can safely say
these remains have been in this container for a number of years, Hendricks County Coroner Joe Neuman said.
Neuman said that the tank is not visible in photos taken within the last two years on the property. That lead him to speculate that the tank could have been dumped.
The report shows that the bones belong to a man who is at least in his 40s, most likely older than that. He is believed to be in the vicinity of 59″ but a margin of error puts his height between 55″ and 62″.
Anthropologists are working to piece together the mans skull and determine his race. Once that work is completed, they will release a final report.
a pair of mostly intact shoes was found with the body. Neuman said if police could nail down the manufacturing year, it could help them figure out when the person bought them.
The tank itself also became a focal point for investigators. While the bones appeared to have been decaying for quite some time, Hendricks County Detective Terry Judy said the 120-gallon metal tank was dumped on the property sometime between May and July of this year (2013).
Neuman said based on the condition of the tank, it may have one time been repurposed as a tractor roller, which is often pulled behind a tractor to level uneven ground.
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