|Date Of Discovery :||March 29, 2008|
|Location Of Discovery :||Toronto, Ontario|
|Death Interval (estimate) :||Unknown|
|Age :||40 – 60|
|Height (estimate) :||168 cm (5’6”)|
|Weight (estimate) :||53 kg (117 lbs)|
|Hair Colour :||Brown – with grey, wavy, worn short|
|Eye Colour :||Brown|
|Dental Information :||
Teeth – decayed
|Medical Information :||
Fractures – healed pelvic fracture, left Ilio-pubic ramus
Neck – moderate osteoarthritis
|Notable Identifiers :||
Abdomen – 16 cm (6.3″) scar with suture marks on right abdomen
Knee – scar on inner right knee, measuring 1.5 cm (2.3″)
Facial hair – beard and moustache, greying and yellow
Sweater – dark blue fleece sweater
Pants – black and blue checkered flannel pants
|Other Personal Items :||
Pouch – small change pouch containing $18.41 in coins and 7 Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) tokens
Items in close proximity:
|Additional Information :||
This unidentified male was located shortly after death in the Bloor Street and Parliament Street area of Toronto. He was found under a subway bridge where he frequently slept.
He is believed to have been homeless. He was discovered by another homeless man who knew the deceased as “Pops” and “Joe”.
A number of articles of clothing were found close to the unidentified man. Although likely these items belonged to the unidentified man, this could not be established with complete certainty.
Post-mortem photographs of the unidentified man are available at National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains .
|Case Reference :||OPP 20080152 – NCMPUR 2016059266|
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|Last Modified :||
August 22, 2019