Discussion in 'The Unidentified' started by Liv27, Feb 2, 2019.
I think Stringer resembles this Doe a lot!
Mr. Broach is a good find. He seems to have really distinctive teeth, so I wonder if they might have compared dentals.
Do you guys think I should send it in? I've never done it so can somebody walk me through it?
I sent in a few possible matches for LE or the medical examiner’s office via email. It’s fairly easy. I listed what similarities the MP and the UID had and I also gave both their NAMUS codes. If I contacted the ME, I listed the phone number for the LE that the MP went missing from.
If you have to call, I guess you could say all that too.
I'm going to assume that I need to contact the Medical Examiner, not NAMUS?
Yeah, I wouldn’t contact NAMUS.
Just about to delete that because of common sense XD
I don't know what email to contact. There's a small email link that you can click but I don't know if I should use it. What have you been using?
Try emailing the PD that the MP is missing from. I know that the ME in Seattle doesn’t have an email that is listed.
Alright—a little update-
I said before that I emailed the Gig Harbor PD about Michael Kittler. They got back to me today:
“Ms. Carter (that’s not my last name but ok),
We’ve been in touch with King County’s ME and they stated the unidentified male’s DNA has been uploaded for identification and no results have returned yet.”
I’m...not entirely sure what he means lol if anyone could explain...?
They probably uploaded the DNA to an ancestry site, but no matches have came to the DNA.
Got another missing person to compare to the UID.
Mitchell Hamilton (57) of Port Townsend, WA went missing in October of 2017.
The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
The height and age fits. Port Townsend is by the water so he could have traveled to the Magnolia neighborhood once Seattle within the few months until the UID was found.