Case :



Gender : Male
Date Of Discovery : December 12, 2000
Location Of Discovery : Toronto, Ontario
Death Interval (estimate) : Day of recovery
Race : Caucasian
Age : 30 – 50
Height (estimate) : 168 cm (5’6”)
Weight (estimate) : 69 kg (152 lbs)
Hair Colour : Brown – male pattern baldness
Eye Colour : Grey


Dental Information :

Crowns – upper middle incisors have crowns with distinctive pre-fabricated posts, likely done at an early age
Fillings – in some posterior teeth

Medical Information : Unknown
Notable Identifiers :

Right arm tattoos:
Upper arm – heart on upper right arm
Forearm – heart with two arrows on forearm
Lower forearm – cross with dots on lower right forearm

Left arm tattoos:
Shoulder – cross
Upper arm – cross with dots
Forearm – cross
Lower forearm – square
Hand – unidentifiable tattoo, possibly human stick figure

Scar – undescribed scar on left forearm
Scar – possible burn scar on back of right hand

Facial hair – reddish moustache
Build – medium

Clothing/Jewelry :

Jacket – grey sports jacket, ‘Tony Pass’ on “Oct 4/88” on collar, also had name ‘Habberlins’ on tag

Shirt – golf shirt, ‘Owen Sound Golf Classic 99’ on front, white
Shirt – red with long sleeves

Pants – tan/brown
Undergarment  – blue boxer-style underwear

Footwear – black dress shoes
Socks – white sweat socks

Other Personal Items :

Playdium card

Additional Information :

On December 12th, 2000 this unidentified male jumped in front of a subway train at the Dundas Street Subway Station which is part of the Young-University subway line.  He did not have any identification when he was found.

Post-mortem photo(s) can be viewed at the National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains.

Contact :

Ontario Provincial Police
Additional Details and Contacts

Case Reference : ONCMPUR 20060031 – NCMPUR 2006003199
Source Links :

National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains

Last Modified :
January 10, 2023

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