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Identified persons - side by side composites & located matches

Discussion in 'Identified!' started by Kimster, Jun 17, 2015.

  1. TripleA

    TripleA Zoo Keeper

    The second progression was much closer.
     
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  2. TripleA

    TripleA Zoo Keeper

    I think that these are all good.
     
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  3. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

  4. spike

    spike Bronze Member

  5. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member

    http://www.wsmv.com/story/34515463/body-of-memphis-man-missing-since-1983-identified
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    James Allen Reymer is going home.

    The John Doe discovered in 1984 now has a name. James Allen Reymer, 16, went missing from Memphis in 1983 and his body was discovered on February 24, 1984, below the Glenville Dam in North Carolina. According to WRGC, investigators found no evidence of foul play and the death was ruled a suicide. Medical examiners ruled the cause of death was a single gunshot wound to the head.

    A friend of Reymer's identified the NCMEC Facial Reconstruction after it was featured by a newspaper in Illinois in 2015.
     
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  6. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    Great side by side!
     
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  7. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    I just finished watching an episode of "Who Killed Jane Doe?" where Brenda's case was featured. So sad!
     
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  8. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    http://kdvr.com/2017/05/03/body-found-in-clear-creek-county-identified-as-missing-aurora-woman/

    MAY 3, 2017,

    CLEAR CREEK COUNTY, Colo. — The body of a woman found in Clear Creek County early last month has been identified after numerous tips poured into the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and the sheriff’s office.

    The body of Queen Ashby, 20 of Aurora, was found by a driver on April 8 near Colorado Highway 103 southwest of Idaho Springs.

    After law enforcement could not identify her through local, state and national databases, the CBI released a computer-generated image seeking the public’s help.


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  9. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    http://www.crimewatchers.net/forum/...sing-from-hauula-hi-21-june-1977-age-31.6286/

    In 2012, a 35 year old man named Steve Carter discovered that he was the biological son of Charlotte Moriarty. He had been adopted from a Hawaiian orphanage. His mother had reportedly been in a psychiatric hospital. It is unknown where she is now. Carter discovered a picture of a baby named Marx Panama Moriarty Barnes that had a birthday one day away from Carter's birthday.



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  10. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Yuma Jane Doe from 1999 - Angel McAllister

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  11. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

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    For over 21 years, she would be known only as Jane Dallas Doe 1994. Last year, that all changed.

    In December 1994, the skeletal remains of an unidentified female were found near a field in Dallas, Texas. After many years and little information to go on, a NCMEC forensic artist created a facial reconstruction of the Jane Doe to show what she may have looked like in life. Just one hour after the new image was shared on NCMEC’s Help ID Me Facebook page, Jane Dallas Doe 1994 was identified by her mother as Bertha Sieg. Bertha’s mother explained that she ran away from home after getting into an argument and her family had been searching for her ever since.

    http://blog.missingkids.com/post/162133617070/in-november-2011-ncmec-added-two-positions-to-its
     
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  12. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member

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    http://www.doenetwork.org/closed2017.php

    Miriam Orta Gomez, a homicide victim, was located as a Jane Doe (685UFOR) on January 12, 2004, in Gervais, Oregon. She last called her family in Mexico in June 2003 to let them know of her child's birth. It is unknown what became of her child. Her killer remains unknown.
     
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  13. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member

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    http://www.doenetwork.org/closed2017.php

    Andrea Kuiper, 26, left Fairfax, Virginia in 1990 to travel to California in search of her biological family. She was killed while crossing the Pacific Coast Highway on April 1, 1990 and remained a Jane Doe (40UFCA) until May 4, 2017, when she was identified through fingerprints.
     
  14. MULDER

    MULDER Bronze Member

    Bookmarking the thread - and what a great thread!
    I have trouble with the images sometimes.
    There have been cases solved, and I have seen the picture in NAMUS of the actual person, and dismissed it :(
    It helps to see a collection of found and identified comparisons to get a grip on how to approach each case.
    The hardest ones for me to work with as a match, are the clay constructions.
     
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  15. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    I can't wrap my mind's eyes around the clay composites, either!
     
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  16. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member

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  17. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

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    Rest in peace, Patrice Corley
     
  18. patsella

    patsella Bronze Member

    I never would have made the connection on this case. I'm glad she has been ID'd and her name back.
     
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  19. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    This one really reinforced to me that we shouldn't necessarily give a lot of credence to the hairstyle. Many times, the hairstyle is completely the artists impression.
    If you look at the facial structure, especially the nose and right eye, they are extremely similar. But if you look at the hair...not at all.
     
  20. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    I've been told by a professional to look at the cheekbones first.
     

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