10 NEW CASES ADDED: APRIL 3, 2018


CASE 1485: POSTMORTEM SKETCHES

This female in her 50s or 60s had a hyper pigmented, raised mole located over her upper lip. It was apparent she had previously worn red toenail polish. She had with her a handkerchief containing a clove of garlic and a medallion with "Moses" written on one side and a picture of a snake on the other side.


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CASE 1363: POSTMORTEM SKETCHES

The Sheriff's Office had noticed this 21-35 year old male of Hispanic or Asian descent hitchhiking in the area earlier. He was struck and killed as a pedestrian by a passing vehicle.


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CASE 14036: DIGITAL ILLUSTRATIONS

This 18-23 year old male was found in a vacant apartment with a gun shot wound to his neck. He had scars on both right and left thighs, a rose tattoo on the back of his left shoulder and a tattoo in the webbing between his thumb and left index finger. He carried no identification but had a wallet with the letters "RRR" on it and a white metal ring with a red stone.


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CASE 860: POSTMORTEM SKETCHES

This woman's skeletal remains were found in the ashes of an abandoned house that had caught fire. She appeared to have been dead for several days prior to the fire and had no evidence of trauma or disease. She had GM car keys on her fitting only a few specific year models.


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CASE 1183: DIGITAL IMAGES

A vehicle struck and killed this man while he was attempting to cross the street on a bicycle.


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ALSO ADDED:

CASE 861: POSTMORTEM SKETCHES

CASE 1837: POSTMORTEM SKETCHES

CASE 626: FOUND OBJECTS

CASE 10828: POSTMORTEM SKETCHES

CASE 850: POSTMORTEM SKETCHES

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