|Date Of Discovery :||June 16, 2001|
|Location Of Discovery :||Toronto, Ontario|
|Death Interval (estimate) :||Unknown|
|Age :||50 – 60|
|Height (estimate) :||158 cm – 165 cm (5’2” – 5’5”)|
|Weight (estimate) :||57 kg (126 lbs)|
|Hair Colour :||Brown – with grey/white, short|
|Eye Colour :||Brown|
|Dental Information :||
Teeth – wore full dentures
|Medical Information :||
|Notable Identifiers :||
Left hand – nicotine staining between the index and second finger, possibly from smoking
Sweater – black
|Other Personal Items :||
Keys – set of small keys
|Additional Information :||
This unidentified male’s body was located near Bayview Avenue and Bloor Street East. More specifically, he was found under the Prince Edward Viaduct in Toronto. The Viaduct is commonly referred to as the Bloor Street Viaduct.
The height estimate above should be viewed with caution as the estimate may not represent his actual living height due to post-mortem changes noted at autopsy.
An artist rendering of the post-mortem photo is viewable at: National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains.
|Case Reference :||OPP 20060032 – NCMPUR 2006003299|
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|Last Modified :||
January 23, 2021