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Kimster

On January 17, 1980, #JohnDoe was discovered sitting on the bleachers of a local softball diamond, shot once in the head. #Sacramento #CALIFORNIA

The victim was a White male (possibly Hispanic), estimated to be in his mid-20s. He had dark brown hair, a goatee and a mustache. He had numerous stretch marks on his chest, abdomen, and arms, indicating he was possibly obese at one time. He also had several scars on the fingers of his left hand which appeared to be skin grafts. He had a partial denture plate on his upper front incisors (his top four front teeth were false). All dental work appeared to have been recent, as little as one week prior to his death. His appendix had been surgically removed in the past. The victim appears to have been a smoker.

On January 17, 1980, #JohnDoe was discovered sitting on the bleachers of a local softball diamond, shot once in the head. #Sacramento #CALIFORNIA
Kimster, Jun 20, 2018