TX TX - Grand Prairie, WhtMale UP1735, 50-60, in vacant lot, Mar'04

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  1. Migmuu

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    NamUs: https://identifyus.org/en/cases/1735

    Circumstances
    Skeletal remains found on March 21, 2004 at the 600 block of NW 19th Street in Grand Prairie, TX. Not all remains were recovered.

    Demographics
    • White male
    • 50 - 60 years old
    • About 6'2 (74 inches) tall
    • No postmortem interval given

    Physical
    • Skeletal remains
    • No hair color, eye color, or any distinguishing features mentioned

    Clothing
    • Clothing with body: White baseball cap, XXL black t-shirt, socks
    • Two rubber-soled shoes, size unknown

    DNA is available, dentals are not.
     
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    BILL RAY HUTSON
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    Disappeared on January 16, 2003

    I can find very little information about him. His Charley profile implies that he may have been homeless (he was last seen scavenging through a dumpster).

    Similarities between Hutson and the UID:
    • Hutson (52) is within the 50 - 60 age range
    • Both are white males
    • Both have the same height (6'2)
    • Hutson went missing only 14.3 miles from NW 19th Street, where the UID was found
    • The timing fits in with the little information we know. One year and two months is plenty of time for a body to skeletonize and for the bones to get scattered around the area

    Hutson's not in NamUs so no automatic comparison could be made.

    Should I call this PM in..?
     
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