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  • NAMUS CASE 2344

     

    ESTIMATED YEAR OF DEATH: 1973

     

    SEX: MALE

    RACE: WHITE

    AGE: 17-20

    STATE: KANSAS

    HEIGHT: 5'9", estimated

    WEIGHT: 145, estimated

    HAIR: BROWN

    EYES: N/A

     

    On April 18, 1973, the body of an unidentified male was discovered in a shallow stream 180 feet from 1550 Road in Garnett, Kansas. Based on the condition of the remains, the decedent had likely been deceased 2-4 weeks prior to recovery. The unidentified male had brown and wavy hair approximately 5 inches in length, and a slender build.

     

    He was found wearing blue jeans with a stop sign patch symbol on the back left pocket and a black leather belt with large buffalo nickel buckle, waist-length brown corduroy jacket with a zipper closure-size Small (“STURDY WEAR” brand), a green long sleeved button-up shirt-size Small (“J.C. PENNEY” Brand), black leather gloves, a navy blue stocking cap, blue socks, and brown hiking boots (“VOMPER” brand). He was also found wearing two gold rings with crosses, a third ring bearing the numbers “78”, and a silver chain with a large silver cross approximately 2 inches in length.

     

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