Wednesday, July 15, 2009

That Darn Car! Help me tell my family what happened.

Not much is known about me. I still want you to know what happened. Maybe you can help them find my identity and my family can finally be told what happened.

On December 29, 1995, I attempted to cross Hwy 441 in West Palm Beach, Florida. I was struck and killed by a vehicle before reaching my destination. Unfortunately, I didn’t have any identification on my person. So they have no clue who I am. Do you? Can you look at my photo and tell others to look also. Maybe someone can recognize me.

Here is what they know about me:

Ethnicity: White
Age: Est. 25 - 30
Height: 5’3
Weight: 130 lbs
Hair: Straight Black
Eyes: Brown

I was wearing a navy Polo shirt, navy work pants, black socks and brown work boots.

Some might speculate that I was a hard working man that may have just simply lost his wallet in the crash, or before crossing the hwy. I can’t tell you what happened. Honestly, it doesn’t matter how I lost my identification. What does matter is that someone recognizes me and tells my family so they can have peace and I can rest in peace.

Please send my narrative and image to everyone you know and have them just simply look. Thank you.


Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office
(561) 688-4000

VIEW HIS PROFILE DATA AT A GLANCE:  Palm Beach Florida John Doe December 1995


Anonymous said...

I look at these hoping to be able to identify someone. It's so sad that these people haven't been identified, like if their lives didn't mean anything. How can someone not report their loved ones or their friends missing? I cannot understand that.
I wish I could help as I believe it's very important for someone to be buried with their real name on their tombstone (for many reasons) but I don't recognize anyone of these people. I'll continue to look on this site.


RJ said...

Hi Nade,

Welcome to the site and thank you for taking the time out to look at all the posts.

You are absolutely right everyone deserves to be buried with their real name. Let's get them identified!

I believe that united together we can make difference. We can reach out across America to families all over this country and get them to view these people. I know that once we accomplish this goal we can find the right individual that holds the key to identification.

Thank you so much for your support.

All My Best,
Rebel J. Morris
Can You Identify Me

teri said...

I wonder if police questioned hotel managers, looking for rooms that were abandoned and not paid for.