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Can You Help Police Identify This Man?

July 1, 2004
by Oral Health


CLOTHING

Pepe brand blue jeans, button-fly, size 30 with black leather Calvin Klein belt; Fundamentals black t-shirt, size M; long sleeved, dark blue, cotton t-shirt; Replay Blue Jeans brand, black colored running shoes, small size, fairly worn; black cotton underwear; silver ring with aqua colored stone on right hand, pinky finger.

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On September 5th, 2001, a male body was found at a rest area of a remote cross-country ski trail near Deep River, ON. It appears the body had only been there for one or two days. The subject had a blue colored Eagle Creek Travel Brand, nylon knapsack containing hiking items such as a candle lantern, mini-mag flashlight, water container and matches. There was also a Levi’s pocket watch with a blue face and a built in compass on the band located in the knapsack. Other items found with the bag include a luggage tag sticker from a Costa Rican domestic airline, a plastic laundry bag from Sutton Place Hotel in Toronto, and matches from Sheraton Hotel, W Hotels (American chain) and Barclay Hotel in Vancouver. There were also two protein bars from a GNC store, more than likely from the US.

DESCRIPTION

Age:28 – 40

Sex:Male

Race:White

Height:162 cm (5′ 4″)

Build:Slim

Weight:59 kg (130 lbs.)

Dental:Good dental hygiene

Other: No tattoos or scars; good physical health prior to death.


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