New Jersey Transit Police released the sketch of a woman who was fatally struck by a North Jersey Coast Line train on June 15, 2008 and are seeking help in identifying the woman. Train No. 4785 on the North Jersey Coast Line hit the unidentified woman at 1:38 a.m. in Brielle, between the Manasquan and Point Pleasant stations, according to a statement by NJ Transit.
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In late 2015, detectives with the Orange County Sheriff's Office in Florida received a tip about a possible homicide that occurred in late 2004. The victim's first name is believed to be "Roberto" and his last name may be "Perez". He reportedly worked as a restaurant server on International Drive in Orlando and may have been wearing a work uniform with a name tag when he was killed. No remains have been recovered and the case remains unsolved.
The victim is described as a Hispanic/Puerto Rican male, 40-50 (likely closer to 42 or 43), 5'6" - 5'8", and 155 - 165 pounds.
Orange County deputies seeking clues in 12-year-old homicide
486UFPA - Unidentified Female
Alpha Zeta Beta sorority key with the name "E. Mathis" on it.
Date of Discovery: December 8, 2006
Location of Discovery: Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Estimated Date of Death: 2001-2006
State of Remains: Partial Skeleton & partial decomposition- head and feet not recovered
Cause of Death: Unknown
Estimated Age: 34-65 years old
Height: 5'4" to 5'8"
Hair Color: Brown or auburn hair
Eye Color: Unknown
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Four red acrylic fingernails were recovered. She had arthritis on the lumbar vertebrae.
Clothing & Personal Items
On Saturday, October 13, 2007, an unidentified female body was found on Mt. Taurus "Bull Hill", about a mile and a half from Breakneck Mountain, Hudson Highlands State Park. The deceased is described as a white female with brown shoulder length hair and a small build, height 5'06" to 5'08", weight 125-135 lbs., estimated year of birth 1942-1962, wearing blue "Cavaricci" jeans, blue sweatshirt, black sweater, black Reebok high top sneakers and sunglasses.
On May 4, 2004, skeletal remains of an unidentified male child were found in a wooded area of Rancho Bernardo near the I-15 exit in San Diego, California. The remains were located inside a green and tan travel type duffle bag that appeared to have been dumped in the area. It is believed the victim had been deceased for at least one year. The decedent was found wearing one pair of child sized red warm-up pants with white stripes down the sides of the pant legs, a blue vest with a gray hood with "Football Power" and a yellow football player on the front ("French Toast" brand, size 3T), a green sweatshirt with "Winter Fever" and a cartoon surfer on the front ("Worm_El" brand, size 8), and a long sleeved red sweatshirt with a cartoon girl...