|Date Of Discovery :||April 3, 1985|
|Location Of Discovery :||Toronto, Ontario|
|Death Interval (estimate) :||Unknown|
|Age :||40 – 50|
|Height (estimate) :||173 cm (5’8”)|
|Weight (estimate) :||69 kg (152 lbs)|
|Hair Colour :||Grey – grey/white, medium length|
|Eye Colour :||Unknown|
|Dental Information :||Unknown|
|Medical Information :||Unknown|
|Notable Identifiers :||
Facial hair – grey moustache and two day old beard
|Other Personal Items :||Unknown|
|Additional Information :||
On April 3, 1985 a construction crew located this unidentified man lying under a bridge at Spadina Avenue and Lakeshore Boulevard. He was taken to Toronto Western Hospital.
Upon examination, a number of lacerations were noted and found to be in the process of healing. The wounds included one on the central forehead (1 cm x 0.4 cm), one at the central hairline (2 cm x 1 cm) and one on the right elbow (1 cm x 0.6 cm). His right hand had two wounds – one on the palm of his hand at the base of the thumb (1.5 cm) and one on the knuckle of the second finger. A final wound was found on the middle section of the third finger on the left hand (0.5 cm).
While at the hospital, the man indicated that his name was Lazlo Balsaz. However, the police investigation determined that this was not his real name.
This unidentified man died in hospital on April 17th, 1985.
|Case Reference :||OPP 20130068 – NCMPUR 2016061368|
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|Last Modified :||
January 16, 2021