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    Wake County, NC

    On July 10, 2003 a man was surveying property in the area of 8809 Jenks Road, Wake County, North Carolina, just off of United States Road 64 and discovered a human scull. Members of the Wake County Sheriff’s Office proceed to the area and crime scene processing resulted in the recovery of additional skeleton remains. The skeleton remains were transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Chapel Hill, North Carolina for examination.

    The victim may have been wearing a size 10.5 pair of leather Lejanoeste cowboy style boots, brown and blue in color, a sized 37 brown leather belt, black jeans, a large polo shirt, size 26 underwear, and a size 9.5 gold ring with a black face that has a gold color religious figure. Victim’s teeth were relatively in poor repair with some mild gum recession. Some teeth showed wear.

    Age: 30 to 50 years old
    Height: 5'6" tall
    Sex: Male
    Race: White, possibly Hispanic