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CO SAGUACHE COUNTY JOHN DOE: M, 30-40, found in the Rio Grande Forest, CO - 19 October 2002

Discussion in 'Unidentified 2000 to 2009' started by Akoya, Mar 3, 2018.

  1. ima.grandma

    ima.grandma Believer of Miracles



    It was apparent that a large adult male body found wrapped in a quilt in 2002 in Saguache County was a homicide victim, but Colorado Bureau of Investigation detectives still know little else, including his name, race or home town.

    That is why the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and the Saguache County Sheriff’s Office released facial reconstruction images of “John Doe’s” corpse on Friday. The murder victim’s identification could prove to be the critical clue needed to solve the murder.

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    The CBI is working with the Saguache County SO to identify a John Doe homicide victim from 2002. Please call with tips 303-239-4211 (press 6). https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cbi/news/officials-seeks-clues-2002-%E2%80%98john-doe%E2%80%99-homicide-11:47 AM - May 31, 2019

    “Unfortunately, there was no identification, vehicles, or information located with the remains that would not only help investigators to identify the victim, but also locate the person(s) responsible for his murder,” Saguache County Sheriff Dan Warwick said in a news release.

    There are some clues, though, including his clothing.

    The body was dressed in an extra large black Harley Davidson T-shirt from Fort Washington, Maryland. He was wearing black shorts. Sheriff’s investigators estimated he was between 225 and 300 pounds, stood 6 feet, 5 inches tall, and was 40-to-60 years old and had brown hair, according to a CBI news release.

    The man’s body was found off Colorado State Highway 114 on Oct. 19, 2002. An autopsy proved the man was the victim of a homicide
    https://www.denverpost.com/2019/05/...002-cold-case-murder-mystery/#comments-anchor
     
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  2. ima.grandma

    ima.grandma Believer of Miracles

    Officials Seeks Clues in 2002 ‘John Doe’ Homicide in Saguache
    05/31/2019—Law enforcement officials have released facial reconstruction images of a man only known as "John Doe," whose body was discovered off Colorado State Highway 114 in Saguache County nearly 17 years ago, in hopes of identifying the man.

    On Saturday, October 19, 2002, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) assisted the Saguache County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) in the recovery of the remains of an unidentified male of unknown race and ethnicity found wrapped in a blanket and/or quilt.

    A coroner’s examination concluded that the cause of death was homicide and provided the following information about the victim:

    • Unknown male, unknown age—possibly between 40 and 60.
    • 225-300 lbs., 6’5” tall
    • Brown hair
    • No tattoos or obvious scars
    Additionally, the remains were clad in black boxer shorts and a black Harley Davidson T-shirt from Fort Washington, Maryland.

    “Unfortunately, there was no identification, vehicles, or information located with the remains that would not only help investigators to identify the victim, but also locate the person(s) responsible for his murder,” said Sheriff Dan Warwick. “It’s a case that the sheriff’s office has actively worked over the years, and I am hopeful someone will come forward to provide a key piece of information to help solve this case.”

    If you have any information on this case or believe you may know the victim, please contact the CBI at 303-239-4211 or the SCSO at 719-655-2525.

    A forensic artist completed the facial recognition sketches of the victim.

    Saguache is located approximately 180 miles southwest of Denver.
    https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cbi/news/officials-seeks-clues-2002-‘john-doe’-homicide-saguache
     

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