The University of North Texas Center for Human Identification – Department of Anthropology redefined the biological profile on this homicide victim. Based upon the revised biological profile, a new facial approximation has been prepared by forensic artist Michael McNicholas. The previous facial approximation was prepared by Frank Bender 19 years ago in 1994 and remains on display at the Delaware State Police Museum, Dover, Delaware.
Synopsis: Decomposed body found Sept. 13, 1993, off Marsh Road near I-95 in Brandywine Hundred. Lost motorist from Baltimore pulled over to check a map and made the discovery.
Description; 20 to 40 years old (probably 30+), 5’10”, approximately 130 pounds and of Asian ethnicity with black 4" to 6" long and straight hair. The tip of his right ring finger amputated.
Clothing: Ralph Lauren T-shirt, tan Bugle Boy pants that were size 28 medium and tan leather-like shoes with rubber soles.
A seven-digit number was written in one shoe, possibly the former phone number of a Domino’s Pizza in Brick, N.J.
Right thumb and pinkie fingers had an extra long, well groomed, nails.
Dental: Heavy tartar and tobacco deposits. No evident restorations or existing decay. Wear facets and heavy deposits suggest individual was probably over 30 yrs of age.
Forensic odontology examination produced complete charting for NCIC and NamUs. Nuclear and MtDNA profiles are currently in the CODIS system.
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