fort_bend_unidentified_victimUnidentified White Male – Homicide Victim

  • •The victim was discovered on May 21, 1992 in Fort Bend County, TX
  • •Approximate Height and Weight: 5’3″- 5’6″; 125-140 lbs.
  • •Clothing: Blue pants, brown leather belt cut off and punched to fit a 30-31 inch waist, boxer shorts and loafers.

The unidentified murder victim was located in Missouri City, located in Fort Bend County, Texas. Missouri City Medical Examiners estimated “John Doe” to be between the ages of 18 and 25 years.

On May 21, 1992, Missouri City police responded to a call to meet with fence builders in the area of Thompson Ferry Road and State Highway 6. When officers arrived, they were told that the men had discovered what they believed to be human bones.
The men explained that they were doing fence repair along the Hearne property about 2-3 tenths of a mile from the Oyster Creek Bridge when they saw the bones.

During the processing of the original scene, police noted that although the area was rural, the dumping ground for the body was a very short distance from the Oyster Creek Bridge, which was completely visible from State Highway 6.

Cause of death was blunt trauma to the face. Based on the condition of the remains and the tattered scraps of clothing and a coin located at the crime scene, authorities believe the victim had been there from one to three years.

If you have any information regarding this case you’re asked to please contact:
Missouri City Police Department
281-403-8745
and/or
Fort Bend Crime Stoppers
281-342-TIPS
You may remain anonymous when submitting information.

Agency Case Number:
92-12599
TXDPS U0807019

NCIC Number: U-576723800

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