St Louis John Doe 1992

St Louis John Doe 1992

Description
On March 7, 1992 workers removing gas service found human skeletal remains inside a vacant business under a set of metal school lockers in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. On the remains were a pair of Fruit of the Loom jockey shorts (size 30-32), a pair of red/white stripped shorts with “Yacht Club” logo, cotton blue jeans, and white socks. He had a white t-shirt in his pocket with a “Myrtle Beach” logo on the front and back (size small), next to the body were a dark blue or black zippered jacket, pink button-down shirt, a white tennis shoe (size 8 1/2-9) and a pair of black rubber boots (size 12C and estimated to be too large for our victim). Forensic investigators determined the remains were that of a 15-35 year old white male with a thin build, 5’8″ to 5’11” tall, weighing approximately 145 lbs. The young man had somewhat straight, short to medium length, blonde/brown hair. There was evidence of a healed fracture to his right forearm from an injury earlier in life. Authorities speculate the deceased died from stab wounds 1 to 3 years prior to being found.

NamUs ID: 7385
NCMEC ID: 1107687
Date Body Found: March 7, 1992
Race: White / Caucasian
Gender: Male
Estimated Age: 15-35
Estimated PMI: 1-3 Years
Location: St. Louis, MO

Agency of Jurisdiction
St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
Heather Sabin, Detective
314-444-5371
[email protected]

Link to More Information
https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/7385/
http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1781ummo.html
https://unidentified.wikia.org/wiki/St._Louis_John_Doe_(1992)
https://www.missingkids.org/poster/NCMU/1107687

Status: Undergoing Testing

Image Credit: NCMEC

DDP Fund Goal: $3,850
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Last Updated: October 11, 2021

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October 11, 2021