Monday, October 11, 2010
Dubbed Harry Doe
I was an African American Male, about 50 years old, I stood about 5’8 and I wore a gold loop earring in my left ear. Now you know what they know. What they don’t know and maybe you do is my name.
Let me back up for a minute.
On July 23, 2006, a man and his son were crossing Mosquito Lake (Cortland, Ohio - Trumbull County) in the swampy area. While they were crossing they saw what they believed to be human remains. The authorities were contacted. Tests were run, they figured out my general description, the one I gave you above; but they couldn’t match me to any of their records on file, missing persons, etc. In time, the phone stopped ringing and all leads simply dried up.
The coroner wants to know why my remains were in the marshy area and what caused my death. There were no evident signs of foul play, but they still ruled my death suspicious. I concur.
I could have been there for months, maybe even a year before they found me. Rumor has it that *“The wetland area of the state park is near an intake of Warren’s water treatment plant on Warren Meadville Road.” Not sure if that helps, but it can’t hurt to know.
The FBI was nice enough to have their forensic art department prepare a reconstruction of my image for the world to see. Now the coroner has a face to show you. My face. All that has to happen now is for you to see me and tell them who I am. So what are you waiting for call them and tell them my name.
Anyone with information about this person, please contact:
Trumbull Cnty Coroners Ofc
Coroner Case # 06-147
Ohio Attorney General: Case # 22
Earring was a ¾ Gold Loop pierced with a diamond.
Location was near St Rt 305
Dental: evidence of tooth loss and gum disease
Clothing: none found with remains
VIEW HIS PROFILE DATA AT A GLANCE HERE: Trumball Ohio John Doe July 2006