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The Doe Network:
Case File 335UMNY

Sketch of Victim

Unidentified Caucasian Male

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 20 - 35 years old
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'9"; 150 - 160 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown, close cut hair. He had a one-inch scar above the tattoo on his lower right shin.
  • Dentals: Dental information is available.
  • Clothing: White short sleeve baseball jersey with blue pinstripes label states "North Sports". Black tank top brand name "H &M", size small. Two pairs of size large sweat pants: navy blue nylon "Beverly Hills Polo Club" and grey "Polo Sport Ralph Lauren". Black "H &M" brand briefs, size X-Small. White socks and black, size 9 Nike Air sneakers.
  • Jewelry: A wooden cross, 1" x 2", on a black string was around the man's neck and he had a diamond stud earring in his left ear. Tucked under his shirt was a brass and black key chain with a crab symbol and "Cancer" written underneath.
  • Tattoos: A tattoo of a scorpion was on the lower right shin. It is believed that the tattoo was not done by a professional.


Sweat Pants

Baseball Jersey


Wooden Cross

Nike Air Sneakers

Case History
The victim was located on March 19, 2001. Police suspect his body was dumped on the banks of the Moodna Creek. The man's lifeless body was lying face up on the eastern bank of the Moodna and large dead tree branches were on him. There were no visible bullet holes or stab wounds. Toxicology reports didn't show any poisons in his system. He had a .21 blood alcohol content at the time of his death.
An autopsy revealed that the man's face may have been intentionally disfigured to hide his identity. One hand may have been sliced off with a sharp instrument. The other may have been beaten off with a blunt object.
Investigators believe the man is from the New York City area.

If you have any information about this case please contact:
New York State Police
SP, New Windsor

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Source Information:
New York State Police
Record Online

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