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10738

  • NAMUS CASE 10738

    ESTIMATED YEAR OF DEATH: 1969-1970

    SEX: MALE

    RACE: WHITE

    AGE: 18-30

    STATE: COLORADO

    HEIGHT: 5'7", estimated

    WEIGHT: N/A

    HAIR: BROWN

    EYES: N/A

    Two men hiking down 2 miles east of Independence Pass Summit discovered the decedent in a ditch alongside the road. The decedent's torso was covered by a rockfall. He was found in an advanced decomposed state and was missing his left arm. However, loss of the left arm was due to postmortem disarticulation.

    Lake County Coroner, Shannon Kent is assisting the Sheriff with this case. (719) 486 - 1441 / lakecountycoroner@gmail.com

    Newspaper account describes hair as "Dark".

    Seven dollars and a razor in his pocket.

    Newspaper stated tattered Sweatshirt, Gray Trousers, Three Pairs of Socks and Tennis or Hiking Shoes (Could possibly be Jungle Boots?) with an unworn sock over the left shoe. Sheriff's report states he was wearing a pair of light colored wash and wear pants, a sweat shirt and a pair of black loafers along with seven dollars and a razor in his pocket. Black loafers.

    [3 missing person exclusions]