Snohomish County Unidentified Remains cases

I’ve recently finished 3 cases for Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office in Washington. This is the information on the cases.

The first victim was found in Yost Park Edmonds in November 2018. This surveillance photo was taken of him a couple of weeks before he was found, but was insufficient for identification. He was a white male 40 to 65 yoa, 5’9″, 145 lbs with gray hair. He was wearing several layers of clothing that was clean and in good condition. He wore a dark Boeing jacket with a red stamp-like logo on the left breast pocket that reads “100 percent committed” and “FOD Free”, a size XXL vest, a size L UW sweater, a small light blue t-shirt for the job search site Indeed, and jeans.

The second victim was found floating in the Snohomish River in June 1980. He was a white male, 20 to 40 yoa. He was about 5’6″, about 130 to 140 lbs. His hair was probably brown. He was wearing a tan short sleeved cotton shirt buttoned in the front, a white cotton knit undershirt or t-shirt, HealthKnit brand, size 42-44, and blue swim trunks with white stripes on the side. A pair of tan “Big Mac” overalls were found tangled with him.

The third victim was found floating by Parker Reef between Orcas Island and the Sucia Islands in 2009. He was a white male 20 to 50 yoa, 5’10” and 170 lbs with brown hair.