VA - Medical Examiner's Office Puts Faces To Old Bones

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    http://www.fox43tv.com/dpps/news/local/reconstructed-faces-of-missing-persons_3784996

    description of location where the other two are within the article.

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    are there already individual threads for these three UIDs? makes it very confusing otherwise to discuss multiple cases in one thread.
     
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    There are not, that I could find. If someone wants to create them I'll lock this one up and just use it for a reference.
     
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    Anyone with information about the 2003 or 2011 cases being investigated by the U.S. Park Police is asked to call the department’s criminal investigation branch at 202-610-8737.
    Anyone with information about the 2006 case being investigated by the Fairfax County police is asked to call Detective Chris Flanagan at 703-246-7860.
     
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    http://www.roanoke.com/news/roanoke/wb/319126

    The skull could have been lying there for 10 years by the time a roadside trash collector found it in April 2012, a mystery waiting to be unraveled.

    Nine months later, authorities still have no answer. No one knows this person's name or where he lived - just the chilly, bare facts released by authorities:

    Mid-20s to mid-30s. Male. Mixed ethnicity. About 5 feet six inches.

    "Nobody's reported missing in our area," said Carroll County Sheriff John Gardner. "We have no clue at this moment."

    But law enforcement officials Wednesday opened a new avenue for answers, unveiling three-dimensional facial reconstructions of four people classified as unidentified in Southwest Virginia. It's a science that has been improved over the years, one that has yielded results in other areas of the state, authorities said.

    Each reconstruction was on display at the medical examiner's office in Roanoke: four clay busts situated on a table in a nondescript break room. Each one unclaimed, each one seeming to wear a vacant expression.

    "We are seeking your assistance to bring closure to these cases," said Robert Parker, spokesman for the Virginia Department of Health. "Closure is the goal
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    Donjeta Adji Desir, missing from Florida

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    I dont see any copyright on the photos, so I put them here on the thread to see.
     
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