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"I sent off for DNA testing. Once that was complete, they sent those remains to UNT under the direction of Todd Matthews, and basically they did a reconstruction of it and it looks like a real photo," Versiga said.
Unidentified Female Date of Discovery: October 11, 1991 Location of Discovery: New Britain, Connecticut Estimated Date of Death: Three weeks to four months Estimated Age: 23-28 years old Race: Caucasian/Possibly Hispanic You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency. If you have an info on this case or know who this victim may be contact: New Britain Police Department Agency Phone Number: 860-826-3080 For more info on this case…
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Lynne Kathryn Schulze Case Classification: Endangered Missing Missing Since: December 10, 1971 Schulze was last seen at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont Date of Birth: 1953 You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency: Middlebury Police Department Agency Contact Person: Officer Vegar Boe Agency Phone Number: 802-388-3191 For complete info on case http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1582dfvt.html
Unidentified Asian/Hispanic Male Date of Discovery: October 8, 2006 Washington, District of Columbia Est Date of Death: 2003-2005 You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency. If you have an info on this case. If you know who this victim may be or have an info concerning this case, please contact: Metropolitan Police Department Detective James Trainum Agency Phone Number: 202-727-5037 For more info on this case http://doenetwork.org/cases/1043umdc.html
Unidentified Female Date of Discovery: May 4, 2004 Location of Discovery: Ala Moana Park, Honolulu, Hawaii Est Age: 55-65 years old when found Est Date of Death: April 27, 2013 You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency. If you have an info on this case or know who this victim may be contact: auai Police Department Agency Contact Person: Missing Persons Unit Agency Phone Number: 808-241-1696 For complete info on case http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/460ufhi.html
Unidentified Male Discovery: December 3, 2009: Louisville, Kentucky Est Date of Death: December 3, 2009 Recognizable face Est Age: 30-40 years old May be from Mexico or Honduras If you have an info on this case or know who this victim may be contact: Investigating Agency: Louisville Metro Police Department Agency Contact Person: Detective Brenda Wescott Agency Phone Number: 502-574-7055 For complete info on case http://doenetwork.org/cases/2137umal.html
Type: Children - Date: 5/3/2012 Story: Torrington, Connecticut (Litchfield County) Police Department According to the case follow-up report, “One phone call led to another number of the person that picked up the missing person. Thanks for the help!” The person was a 14 year old girl that was reported missing on..
After Carole Adler’s 21-year-old son died while training to become a Colorado State Trooper, she continued to text the cadet’s phone, saying she loved and missed him, trying to mend her broken heart. Kell Husley, a police sergeant in Greeley, Colorado, received a new phone number and was getting the messages Adler was sending to her boy, Taylor Thyfault. “So I sent a text back and identified myself, and said ‘I’m with the Greeley Police Department, and I don’t think your texts are going…
Why Police Department are Using Pinterest - The Dover Police Department launched a Pinterest page Monday. They have photographed and uploaded 33 pictures of lost and found items. Corporal Mark Hoffman, the public information officer at Dover, said that it gets harder to reach out to people. As people move in and out of towns, either for festivals, concerts or permanently, it proves difficult to track them down. Since most people have unlisted cell phone numbers.