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Do you know the people in this picture? Found on #JohnDoe #California in 2003. The name of "AVILA-TORRES" was carved on his wallet.

On 10/02/2003 human remains, belonging to a Hispanic male adult in his 30s-40s, were found in the Ocotillo mountains, west of Ocotillo, California. The route is commonly traveled by illegal aliens. A wallet containing pictures of children and a female were found near the remainings. The name of "AVILA-TORRES" and possibly the word "RANA" were carved on the wallet. He also had a business card for a Los Angeles gardening service in his wallet. The image can be found at the NamUS link, along with many other images.

Do you know the people in this picture?  Found on #JohnDoe #California in 2003.  The name of "AVILA-TORRES" was carved on his wallet.
Kimster, Jan 21, 2016