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CO FREMONT COUNTY JOHN DOE: WM, 17-30, - 28 Sept 2016*IDENTIFIED! *Remzi Nesfield*

Discussion in 'Identified!' started by Kimster, Jul 14, 2017.

  1. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member


    The remains of a man found last year had been purportedly in that location between two to four years or longer.

    On Wednesday, Fremont County Coroner Randy Keller conducted a press conference to give limited details about the man who was found by a hiker in the west part of Fremont County on Sept. 28, 2016.

    The facial reconstruction of the man had been completed by a specialist in Denver.

    Keller said he hopes someone will be able to recognize him so that they can identify him.

    "Hopefully, we can find a positive on the individual and bring closure to a family out there," he said.

    Keller said the skeletal remains found were positively identified to be human, and they were able to determine he was a white male and is 5 feet 4 inches to 5 feet 11 inches tall.

    They've also narrowed down the man's age to be between the ages of 17 to 30 years old; although Keller thinks he would be in his early 20s.

    Keller said they also were able to determine a surgical repair on the man's left ankle, where they found two pins still existing.

    Keller also explained that facial reconstruction isn't completely accurate. He said the man's facial features are accurate, but facial area or hair on top of a person's head is inaccurate when a reconstruction is done.

    Keller said the man's death is still an open investigation, and they have no information regarding how the man died.

    When asked if any DNA, such as the man's dental records were recovered from the skeleton, Keller did say they were able to get good dental samples, but they need good ID matches they can trace it back to.

    When asked about the specific location where the man's remains were found, Keller said he couldn't be specific but could only say the west part of Fremont County.

    Keller and the Fremont County Sheriff's Office together are asking anyone who may have information about the man's identity to contact them.

    The Fremont County Coroner's Office can be reached at 719-276-7358, FCSO Detective Howard Burton can be contacted at 719-275-5557 and the Fremont County CrimeStoppers can be contacted at 719-275-7867.

    A facial reconstruction of a man was released by the Fremont County Coroner's Office on July 12. The man's remains were found in Fremont County in September 2016 by a hiker. (Sarah Matott / Daily Record)
    Sarah Matott: 719-276-7648, matotts@canoncitydailyrecord.com

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  2. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    DNA has identified this doe as Remzi Nesfield.

    May his loved ones find peace in their sorrow. :(

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  3. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    FREMONT COUNTY, Colo. – The man whose remains were recently identified by DNA testing after they were found in September 2016 lived at times in the Denver and Phoenix, Ariz. metro areas and was last seen alive in 2007.

    The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office says Remzi Nesfield was 24 years old at his time of death, and that he was last seen alive in March 2007.

    The sheriff’s office says Nesfield’s death is now being investigated as a homicide. County Coroner Randy Keller said earlier this week the circumstances surrounding Nesfield’s death were under investigation.

    Investigators are asking people who have information about Nesfield or his disappearance to contact Sgt. Dale King at 719-275-5553 or Dale.King@FremontSO.com. People can also contact Fremont County Crime Stoppers at 719-275-STOP.


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