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Do you know me? Found in #LosAngeles #California 1987

1987 - Los Angeles, California On November 22, 1987, this man's body was found on the sidewalk of the southeast corner of 6th Street and San Julian in Los Angeles. He had died of stab wounds. He was an Hispanic male, about 25-35 years old, 5 feet 7 inches tall, and 130 pounds. He had two scars on his inner right forearm. No information is available regarding his clothing. 28 years after his death he remains UNIDENTIFIED. (DoeNetwork Case 2611UMCA, NamUs UP4107)

Do you know me?  Found in #LosAngeles #California  1987
Kimster, May 16, 2015