Wind River Indian Reservation
Fort Washakie, Wyoming
July 27, 2007
|Date(s) of Birth Used
||November 17, 1956
|Place of Birth
||Graying, thin on top with a small ponytail. Morin also wore a mustache with a goatee.
|Scars and Marks
||Morin had numerous tattoos, including an eagle on his left forearm and a Native American lady on his right arm.
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the identification of the subject(s) responsible for Morin's death and/or for information leading to the recovery of a weapon believed to have been utilized, which is a Marlin .22 caliber lever action rifle described below.
Fifty-year-old Kim Morin was last seen in the Fort Washakie area on the morning of July 27, 2007. Morin planned to travel to Lander, Wyoming, with his friend's son that day but there is no indication he ever arrived there. Morin and the son were traveling in a 1993 Ford single-cab pickup truck, blue with a wide white stripe on each side, bearing Fremont County, Wyoming, license plates. Morin's remains were found in a remote area approximately eight miles north of Fort Washakie on October 9, 2007.
Law enforcement is also looking for a firearm believed to have been utilized during this incident. The firearm is a Marlin .22 caliber lever action rifle, model 39TDS, serial number 10253800, possibly with a United States Army serial number etched into the stock or receiver.
The Lander Office of the FBI is investigating Morin's case along with the Bureau of Indian Affairs/Wind River Police Department and the Fremont County Coroner's Office.
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The agencies mentioned above are asking for the public's assistance. Anyone with information about Kim Allen Morin's death or the missing Marlin rifle should contact the Lander FBI Resident Agency at 307-349-6458, or your local FBI office. Tips may be made anonymously.
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