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Case File 719UMON
Reconstructions of Victim by Jay McClennen
Unidentified White Male
- The victim was discovered on October 8, 2005 in Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada
- Estimated Date of Death: Several years prior to discovery
- Skeletal Remains
- Estimated age: 20-50 years old
- Approximate Height and Weight: 6'0" (183 cm); 200 lbs (90 kg).
- Distinguishing Characteristics: Wore gold framed glasses with a prescription for someone who is nearsighted. A stamp on the glasses reads "THEODORE GOLD" and "145 RIMLAND BY B..."
- Dentals: Available; good upper teeth with both silver and white fillings. Lower jaw has not yet been recovered.
- Clothing: A lined blue, zippered coat with a silver or white stripe across the chest. Along with the coat, a blue vest was also recovered. Both the coat and the vest have the Corporate Canada Post logo on them. In the case of the vest, the Canada Post logo is located on the left breast (size 3X - Large; style 17XT3X). The outer jacket consists of a blue zippered long sleeved coat with a small collar, midline zipper and two button-type closures, one present at the midline of the neck region and the other at the waistline. The garment has an elasticized waistband. A commercial tag is present at the nape of the neck region in the garment, however, the writing is illegible. The cuffs of the jacket are also elasticized. On the frontal surface of the blue outer jacket is a horizontally oriented stripe of reflective material present over the right and left pectoral zones. There are two obliquely oriented pockets at nearly the hip level of the coat. The outer garment vest is blue, has a midline zipper and two pockets. There are three Velcro patches along the midline of the jacket at the zipper. In the left pectoral zone of the vest is a white embroidered design that appears to represent a Canada Post Logo. There is a tag at the nape of the neck which indicates "Canada Post Corporation" and "Made in Canada". The other typescript present on the label is variably legible and includes the word "height" and the CA number CA27087.
- Effects: A rusted, single edged, buck or hunting knife with a prominent hilt and a prominent heel. The handle is black plastic and contoured. The butt of the knife is chrome. On the handle there is some residual adhesive tape that appears to be duct tape. The initials "EH" are engraved on the end of the handle. Eyeglasses stamped "Theodore Gold" and "145 Rimland by B...." (remaining text illegible). Single sunglass lens, red in color. A "Player's Light" cigarette tin. A brown leather shaving kit, rain poncho, cassette tape player and other camping items. Vest from Langley BC, donated in 2001 to Social Support Agency by owner.
- Fingerprints: Not Available
The victim was located in a bush in a wooded area near Dyers Bay Road and 300 meters east of Highway 6 on October 8, 2005, in Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.
The victim was discovered in an area that is known for its concentration of orchids growing in the wild."
Victim's Glasses, Vest, Jacket, Sunglass lens & Knife
If you have any information about this case please contact:
Bruce Peninsula Detachment
Detective Constable Doug Ryan
You may remain anonymous when submitting information.
Agency Case Number: 20050001
Bruce Peninsula Detachment
Ontario Provincial Police
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Crime Files: Cold Case Edition - Man in the Orchids
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