Here's a better quality photograph from the ID.
Blue eyes, same age range, same hair line, chin is similar, and lips look the same. I think the height is off by two inches. I completely forgot about namus, and I was wondering why those mp numbers you posted looked familiar. So thank you.He's not listed on Namus as having been excluded.
He sure matches the decedent, doesn't he?
Yea thats understandable. I have heard cases though that those who were brought up in the Amish community wanted to leave that way of life. This guy was probably one of them where he just up and left it.im sure there's a more accurate term, but the Amish in America generally isolate themselves away from the surrounding community. They handle most things internally and rarely reach out to LE. There wouldn't be a traditional missing persons database for the Amish.
He does look very German. He could also be from other German speaking countries like Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Liechtenstein. I wish we could see the letter. Maybe LE mistook other language like Dutch or Afrikaans for German?One of the Carbuff offspring works at a US military installation in Rhineland-Palatinate, mentioned earlier as being associated with some of the names in the letter; this guy looks very much like many of the locals. Probably not relevant, but there are a lot of "mixed" families in the area (US civilian and military personnel married to German nationals).
If it's our doe, he does look German, IMO (but coming from a Dutchie, that doesn't mean a lot- he could be from any European country, really.)
He does look very German. He could also be from other German speaking countries like Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Liechtenstein. I wish we could see the letter. Maybe LE mistook other language like Dutch or Afrikaans for German?