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The Doe Network:
Case File 324UMOK

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Reconstruction of Victim

Unidentified Hispanic or Caucasian Male


Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 43 - 47 years old
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'4" - 5'6"; 140-170 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Short to medium length black hair. Medium build.
  • Dentals: He had extensive dental work that experts determined could have been done in Mexico. Dental records are available.
  • Clothing: He was wearing a light blue/gray medium weight jacket with a tan Levi Strauss shirt and tan Levi Strauss jeans. He had no shoes or socks.


Case History
The victim was found dead in May 1999, by a farmer in an Oklahoma field located 12 miles southeast of Guymon, 33 feet from the center of Texas County Road GG, approximately two and one-half miles east of a paved roadway, Highway 136 South, approximately two miles from the Texas border.
The farmer was pulling a disc plow when the equipment hooked onto the end of what authorities described as an "elongated tarpaulin-wrapped bundle." The bundle was tightly sealed with gray duct tape. Authorities said the plow drug the bundle into a field, opening it and scattering a number of human bones.
The only thing authorities had to go by in identifying the man was an object discovered in his pocket depicting possible employment for the man. Authorities checked out that lead, to no avail.
The evidence indicates that he was kicked and stomped to death. He wasn't shot, but he could have been stabbed. There were some marks that appeared to be cut marks in the sternum.


Investigators
If you have any information about this case please contact:
Texas County Sheriff’s Office
580-338-4000
OR
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
800-522-8017

You may remain anonymous when submitting information.

NCIC Number:
N/A

Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Source Information:
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
The Amarillo Globe
Southwest Daily Times


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