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Case : ON-UM-2005-10-00002
Gender : Male
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Date Of Discovery : 08 October 2005
Location Of Discovery : Dyers Bay, Ontario
Race : Caucasian
Age : 20 - 50
Height (estimate) : 183 cm (6'0")
Weight (estimate) : 90 kg (198 lbs)
Hair Colour : Unknown
Eye Colour : Unknown
Dental Information :
Upper teeth - both silver and white fillings
Medical Information :
Glasses - possibly near-sighted, would require glasses full time
Notable Identifiers :
Unknown
Clothing/Jewelry :
Jacket - 'Canada Post' jacket, blue zippered long-sleeved coat, small collar,
midline zipper, two button-type closures (one at midline of neck; second at
waistline), elasticized cuffs and waistband, reflective stripe across the front

Vest - 'Canada Post' blue vest, sleeve-less, zippered front, three Velcro
strips at the zipper, two pockets above waistline, Canada Post Logo on the
left pectoral area
Other Personal Items :
Glasses - gold framed glasses with a prescription for near-sightedness,
stamped with "THEODORE GOLD" and "145 RIMLAND BY B..."

Knife - buck/hunting knife, rusted single edge blade, prominent hilt and heel
    Handle - black plastic, contoured, may have been wrapped with duct tape
    Butt - chrome, initials "EH" engraved on the end of the handle

Lens - single red lens from sunglasses
Shaving kit - brown leather
Cigarette tin - Player's Light brand
Rain poncho
Cassette tape
Other camping items

Additional Information :
This unidentified man was located in a wooded area northeast of the Junction of Dyers Bay Road and Highway #6 approximately 500 meters from the road.

Dyers Bay is located between Tobermory and Wiarton. The area is known for its concentration of orchids growing in the wild.

During the course of the investigation, detectives located the original owner of the jacket and vest. The owner had donated the items to a social support agency in 2001 in Langley, B.C. It is unknown if the unidentified male is from the province of British Columbia.

Contact :
Ontario Provincial Police - Bruce Peninsula Detachment
519-534-1323 or Toll-Free 1-888-310-1122

OR

Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
Source Links :
Ontario Provincial Police
Crime Files: Cold Case Edition - The Man in the Orchids
Doe Network File 719UMON
Last Modified :
2014-01-26