On April 6th 2006 this agency recovered the skeletal remains of an unidentified male subject. With assistance from the NJ State Police Forensic Anthropologist and a Sketch Artist, the composite drawing shown here was made. A suspected description of the male is described as follows:
White male, light colored hair, missing upper central left tooth, estimated height of 5’8” to 5’10”, estimated age of 45-65 years old (at estimated time of death prior to 2005), location of death was the Fort Lee NJ Section of the Palisades Parkway (on the Englewood Cliffs border). There were 2 watches recovered as well. One is a Field and Stream and the other is a Pierre Cardin. Both shown here and we believe that one may belong to the victim. It was also found that this subject had a broken nose sometime during his life as well as a left eye injury. There are also healed right side rib fractures and it is possible that he walked with a limp. It is also possible that this subject experienced chronic back pain and arthritis. DNA samples as well as dental and bone X-Rays are on file. DNA matches can be made with samples from a living: Mother, Father or any Maternal relative.
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Anyone with information that can lead to determining the identity of this subject is urged to contact the Palisades Interstate Parkway Police Department at: 201-768-6001.