Unidentified White Male Found November 6, 1992 in North Beaver Twp, Lawrence County
Vital Statistics Estimated Age: 30 years Estimated Height: 5'8" to 5'10" Estimated Weight: 150 lbs Hair Color: unknown or bald Eye Color: unknown Other: possibly a healing fracture to his ribs Clothing: a blue nylon 3/4 length parka type jacket with red quilt lining; denim jeans; white shirt with thin red stripes; long blue socks; brown Hush Puppies shoes. Dentals: Available in NCIC State of Remains: Decomposed Estimated Time of Death: 2 to 6 months prior to discovery
Case Details On Friday, November 6, 1992, the remains of the victim were found in the brush and overgrown weeds along Route 18 in North Beaver Township, just outside of the City of New Castle in Lawrence County. Initially, investigators believed the man to be approximately 60 years old, but after an examination of the skull, the estimated age was adjusted to around 30 years old. According to one witness, there was a man in the area in January 1992 who matched the description of the deceased man. The man had told this witness that he was trying to get back to Struthers, Ohio. Another witness reported that he had dropped a man matching the description in the Enon Valley area, less than 10 miles from where the victim's remains were found.
There is no reconstruction of the victim or usable photos of his clothing available at this time.
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Pennsylvania State Police Troop D - Butler Criminal Investigation Assessment Unit 724-284-8100 or