Case :



Gender : Male
Date Of Discovery : December 6, 2001
Location Of Discovery : Windsor, Ontario
Death Interval (estimate) : Few days to a few months
Race : Black
Age : 18 – 35
Height (estimate) : 178 cm (5’10”)
Weight (estimate) : 63 kg (138 lbs)
Hair Colour : Black – curly
Eye Colour : Unknown


Dental Information :

Crown – gold crown on the lower left second molar

Medical Information : Unknown
Notable Identifiers :

Hair – black hair on left side of face

Clothing/Jewelry :

Shirt – black hooded sweatshirt, ‘Providence Friars’ written on front
Shirt – black t-shirt with ‘S.A.A.P.’ written in red letters on the front
Shirt – grey t-shirt with ‘Knoll’ written in orange letters on front

Undergarment – grey undershirt

Pants – black track pants, tear aways
Pants – green jogging pants
Shorts – blue and gold in colour, ‘Champion’ brand shorts, ‘University of Michigan’ logo
Shorts – red swimming shorts

Footwear – white and blue, ‘Nike’ brand athletic/running shoes
Socks – 3 pairs of white socks and one pair black socks

Earrings – gold studs with a clear stone
Ring – two silver rings worn on the little finger of the right hand
Anklet/bracelet – braided

Other Personal Items :

Currency – $7.00 in U.S. bills

Additional Information :

The body of this unidentified male was retrieved from the Detroit River near the 4200 block on Sandwich Street in the City of Windsor.

His clothing and personal items suggest that he lived in the United States.

Weight estimate may not accurately measure living weight due to changed noted at autopsy.

Contact :

Ontario Provincial Police
Additional Details and Contacts

Case Reference : ONCMPUR 20060277 – NCMPUR 2016059837
Source Links :

National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains

Last Modified :
January 12, 2023

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