On September 28, 2010, construction workers unearthed the skeletal remains of an unknown male while working on a residential property in the Manoa area. Investigation revealed that the male had been bound and died from gunshot wounds to the head. Extensive work by the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) revealed that the skeleton was likely that of a Caucasian male between 40 and 57 years of age and between 5’6″ and 6’2″ tall. The male was wearing a blue short-sleeved shirt, with brown Levi Panatela pants. Items recovered from his clothing indicate that he was killed no earlier than 1982. The above images were produced by a police artist, and depict what the decedent may have looked like with various hairstyles and types of facial hair. Since the discovery, investigators have followed several leads, but the male remains unidentified.
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