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Case File 1485UMIL

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Reconstruction of Victim

Unidentified Black Male

  • The victim was discovered on April 22, 1998 in Bolingbrook, Will County, Illinois
  • Estimated Date of Death: 2-5 Years prior
  • Cause of Death: Shot to death
  • State of Remains: Partial Skeleton

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 18-24 years old
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'4 estimated
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Black/African American with Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity; Black hair, wooly.
  • Clothing: Blue nylon starter jacket, size XL; jeans; Levi Silver Tab belt 32"; 9-9.5 Nike shoes.
  • Medical: One sesamoid bone, presumably left foot, exhibits healed premortem fracture that permanently split the bone into two seperate halves. May be visible on a radiograph.
  • Personal Effects: A Motorola pager.
  • Fingerprints: Not available
  • Dentals: Available; 5-occlusal amalgam, 11 and 12- postmortem fractures, 17 is unerupted,18 and 19- O-B amalgam, 28- O-O amalgam, 29- Occulusal amalgam, 30 and 31- OB Amalgam, 32 is unerupted No premortal tooth loss, number nine, upper central incisor, fractured along the incisal edge and mayhave been visible, number 24, lower central incisor rotated and may have been visible.
  • DNA: Available; CODIS.

Case History
The partial skeletal remains were found in a partly wooded and grassy area behind a truck stop on Route 53 and I-55, in Bolingbrook, Illinois on April 22, 1998. Evidence indicates possible foul play.

If you have any information about this case please contact:
Gene Sullivan
Will County Coroner

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Agency Case Number:
160-98/NamUs UP# 5207

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