Looking for a Missing Person

Andre Macklin image and facial approximation
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The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner showed the facial approximation of Andre Macklin to the media and public in April of 2011. The family of Andre Macklin saw the report and contacted the Medical Examiner’s Office, which lead to his identification through the use of new DNA technologies after previous DNA testing using older technology did not generate a usable DNA profile.

The identities of the other facial approximations seen below are still unknown. The Virginia Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) wants your help to identify these individuals and bring some relief to other family members who may have been searching for their loved one. OCME is collaborating with the FBI’s Forensic Imaging Unit and its Forensic Anthropology Services at Quantico, Virginia, to assist local law enforcement in identifying these individuals. FBI artists and anthropologists have developed these facial approximations of skulls that represent remains recovered in locations throughout Virginia.

The photographs of these facial approximations have been entered into the case files of the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs). NamUs is a web-based computer search engine funded by the National Institute of Justice for matching missing and unidentified persons that can be accessed by individuals searching for their missing loved one.


10/14/2016 News Conference

The first case represents the skeletal remains that were discovered on June 5, 2014 by workers performing landscaping duties behind a vacant building at 1046 25th Street in Newport News. The remains are believed to be an adult female, who is white with possible mixed ancestry, 25-40 years of age, and is approximately 5’1” to 5’7” tall.

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The second case represents the skeletal remains that were discovered in a wooded area off the 1100 block of Virginia Beach Boulevard in Virginia Beach. The remains are believed to be an adult white male, 40-60 years of age, and is approximately 5’2″ to 5’7″ tall.

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1/12/2016 News Conference

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C1988-13134, NamUs #6507: Caroline County – On November 10, 1988, the remains of a Hispanic male were found along Interstate 95 at mile marker 112 in Caroline County. He is believed to have been 35-45 years of age.

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C1976-00008, NamUs #9385: James City County – On November 1, 1976, the remains of a male of mixed ancestry (Asian, Hispanic and Native American) were found along the bank of the York River approximately 10 miles south of West Point in James City County. He is believed to have been 25-60 years of age.

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C1991-16641, NamUs #6661: Stafford County – On February 3, 1991, the remains of a possibly mixed ancestry (black and white) Hispanic female were found along the medium strip of Interstate 95 in Stafford County. She is believed to have been 25-35 years of age.

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C1972-00002, NamUs #9380: York County – On November 29, 1972, the remains of a black female were found in a wooded area off of Walter Mill Road in York County. She is believed to have been 25-45 years of age.

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C1990-16318, NamUs #2229: Stafford County – On September 25, 1990, the remains of an adolescent white male were found in a farmer’s field in Stafford County. He is believed to have been 15-18 years of age.

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C1998-29162, NamUs #6150: Stafford County – on November 7, 1998, the remains of a white female were found under a cover of leaves in a wooded area in Stafford County. She is believed to have been 28-45 years of age.

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C2014-56925, NamUs #12242: Henrico County – On January 28, 2014, the remains of a Hispanic male were found near an apartment complex off Wales Drive in Highland Springs, Henrico County. He is believed to have been 25-35 years of age.


Western Region

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The remains of a 26 to 25 year old Caucasian or Asian male of Hispanic descent who was approximately 5’9” tall. Deputies discovered the remains on December 26, 2005 in a wooded area by a farm in the 200 block of Kendayl Road, Blairs, VA. (Case # W810-05)

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The remains of a mid-20s to mid-30s year old male of mixed ethnicity (possibly Hispanic) who was approximately 5’7” tall. Deputies discovered the remains on April 1, 2012 in a wooded area near the 300 block of Timber Road, Cana, VA. (Case #W203-12)

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The remains of a Caucasian male approximately 17 to 24 years old and 5’8” tall. The remains were found March 3, 1986 near Jackson Street Ball Park by fishermen on the Jackson River, Covington, VA. (Case # W650-01)

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The remains of a 28 to 38 year old Hispanic male, possibly from Guatemala, who was approximately 5’ 2” to 5’6” tall. Deputies discovered the remains on November 26, 2011 in a wooded area near the Heavenly Hill Trailer Park on State Route 612 in Lee County. (Case # W827-11)

 Anyone with any information about the possible identity of any of these cases is asked to call the Western District, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner at (540) 561-6615 or email at OCME_WEST@vdh.virginia.gov .

Northern Region

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The first case represents the skeletal remains of an adult black male in his mid-thirties who was approximately 5’7”-5’8” tall.  The remains were discovered on January 16, 2003, by a National Park Service maintenance worker who was cleaning debris from under the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge.

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The second case represents the skeletal remains of adult Asian male in his late-(thirties to early forties who was approximately 5’5” – 5’9” tall.   The remains were discovered on February 13, 2011, by a man walking his dog in the area of Fords Landing Way in Alexandria.

 

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The third case represents the skeletal remains of an older white male who stood between 5’5” to 5’11” tall. The remains were discovered on April 6, 2006, by a man walking in the woods near eastbound I-66 at Route 7100 in Fairfax.

 Anyone with any information about the possible identity of any of these cases is asked to call the Northern District, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner at (703) 530-2600 or email at OCME_NOVA@vdh.virginia.gov

Eastern Region

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The first case is a skeleton recovered on 11/19/83 in a wooded area at the end of Happy Acres Road in Chesapeake, Virginia. The remains are of a white male, 23-30 years of age.

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The second case, found on 7/20/82, is a mostly skeletal, partly decayed human remains discovered in a ditch off of Airport Feeder Road by Rt. 58 in Chesapeake, Virginia. The remains were determined to be of a white male, 35-55 years of age, 5’4” to 5’6” tall.

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The third case occurred on 1/29/82, when skeletal remains were recovered floating in a boat harbor in the Chesapeake Bay in Newport News, Virginia. The body was identified as an adult white male, 35-50 years of age, 5’5” to 5’10” tall.

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The fourth case occurred on 4/07/92 where skeletal remains were recovered adjacent to a warehouse at 231 Enterprise drive in Newport News, Virginia. The remains were believed to be an adult male, 35-50 years of age.

 Anyone with any information about the possible identity of any of these cases is asked to call the Tidewater Office of the Chief Medical Examiner at (757) 683-8366 or email at OCME_TIDE@vdh.virginia.gov.

Central Region

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Richmond—On September 26, 2000, police found the remains of a black male who was believed to be 50 years old or older in the wooded area across from the Dupont Plant at 5300 Commerce Road in Richmond. The individual was 5’5“ tall, who wore a size 12 Oxford shoe.

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Richmond—On October 23, 1995, police discovered the remains of this middle aged black male on an urban farm in the 4200 block of Angus Road in Richmond. The individual was a middle-aged black male who was approximately 5’9” tall.

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Richmond—On August 27, 2002 the remains of a black male were found. He was estimated to be approximately 5’ 3” tall and to be between 50-70 years old.  He was found at 1200 E. Maury Street in Richmond, VA.

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Caroline County—On the 10th of November, 1988, the remains of a Hispanic male were found along I-95 at mile marker 112 in Caroline County. He is believed to have been 17-25 years of age.

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Petersburg—On August 12, 2012, remains were found 200 feet west of River and Third Streets in Petersburg, VA. The remains are a female, approximately 5’ 8” tall and around 20-30 years of age.

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Dinwiddie County – The remains of a black female, between the ages of 20-35 years was found on November 16, 2007 on Tranquility Lane in Dinwiddie County.

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Petersburg—The remains of a black male were found at the intersection of Fifth and Cypress Avenues in Richmond on December 14, 2011. The man is estimated to be 5’ 8” tall and between 45 – 60 years of age

 Anyone with information about the possible identity of any of these cases is asked to call the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner at (804) 786-3174 or email at OCME_CENT@vdh.virginia.gov.