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AGE: Approx. 30 – 40
CASE NUMBER: Winneshiek County – 1986
NAMUS CASE NUMBER: 2620
SKELETAL REMAINS FOUND: March 31, 1986
ESTIMATED DATE OF DEATH: April 1985
DESCRIPTION: White male, 30-40 years of age, 5’6″ to 5’9″, 145 – 160 lbs., brown hair, medium build.
DETAILS: Skeletal remains found March 31, 1986, between hay bales at a farm site in Winneshiek County, Iowa. The individual may have been traveling from Ohio to California.
CLOTHING: Plaid white-tan-black pile-lined jacket (mackinaw type farmers or cowboys jacket) with a Sears-Roebuck Oakbrook Sportsman/Sportswear label, medium white-tan short sleeved terry cloth V-neck polo shirt (Wedgefield brand), blue Levi cords with 33-inch waist and ranger tag on back of pants, black socks, Fruit of the Loom jockey shorts size 30-32, extra-large blue windbreaker (Madison brand), and brown shoes, 3/4-inch high suede, size 6 or 9. Shoes are each 11-1/4 inches long.
POSSESSIONS: A one dollar bill, a pink blanket (Esmond brand), and a match book
CAUSE OF DEATH: Unknown
DENTAL: Dental information / charting is available and entered.
INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Winneshiek County Sheriff’s Office, 319-382-4268 and Winneshiek County Medical Examiner’s Office, 563-382-9671.
EXCLUSIONS: The following individuals have been ruled out as being this decedent:
Questions and comments may be addressed to:
Winneshiek County Medical Examiner’s Office — 563-382-9671