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The Doe Network:
Case File 304UMFL

Sketch of Victim by Charles E Holt

Unidentified Caucasian Male

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 23 - 30 years old
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 58 - 60; weight unknown.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Unknown.
  • Dentals: The Anthropologist feels the dental work may have been done in Europe, perhaps Germany.
  • Clothing: A silver ring was found with the remains. There was an inscription in German implying, Good Luck in Battle. The inscribed ring may be an insignia for a particular regimental unit in Germany.

Case History
The victim was located at the 17900 Block of Bass Creek Road in Miramar, Florida, in far southwest Broward County on August 19, 1984. The skeletal remains were found under a yellow foam mattress. The body was unclad. A machete like instrument had repeatedly struck the victim.
The dental fillings appear to be foreign to the United States, suggesting some kind of military connection. Possibility a US soldier stationed in Germany. Possibility of a German National visiting the United States.

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Miramar Police Department

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