Discussion in 'Identified!' started by Shin Masamura, Jan 26, 2019.
Not to mention different camera settings and lighting.
That is really close.
Hi all! I'm one of the few that worked very hard on getting this man's face out there. After hours and hours of research and viewing hundreds of profiles, one of which messaged me informing me he was a family member of the deceased - I assume he saw one of my posts on the many local Maryland sites I posted on. He gave me the UIDs name and vintage info for his family. I then got in touch with Eric Glass who was in charge of the case. I'm not the only person that was reached out to, there were two other women that were contacted by family as well. His family does indeed live local to the area, he does not have a current Facebook but I did find pictures of him confirming his identity on his mother's page, tattoos visable.
I just want to shout out to everyone and say thank you for giving your time to identify the unidentified and giving them their name back!
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Great Job, glad this individual got his Identity back..
Great news! His namus file is gone!
they don't look professional to me.
oh so he was ID, that is good. RIP
I'm glad that he was identified so quickly, but so sad for his family! Great job Eldorado!
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Great job, El Dorado and everyone else who contributed to solving this case!
Has this hit MSM yet? I'd love to see this thread moved to "Identified."
Rest in peace <modsnip: Removed identity>.
Im not very familiar with this site yet, what does MSM mean?
Msm = Main Stream Media.
I honestly don't think it will. The fact he was unidentified never even made the local news. His family members that reached out- likely cousins didn't want to inform police. That's why I contacted them with the UIDS info and phone numbers to immediate family- for them. So sad!
If there's no question of foul play, it's likely to be kept private.
Although the file has been removed from NAMUS, this individual's identity has not been publicly released. Accordingly, the name has been removed from various posts.
Websleuths does not release the identity of a UID unless there is official, public notification.