Sometimes missing are located, passed away, without their names or identity. They are considered Unidentified Located Deceased, or UID. Help us find their names to rejoin with family to have a proper burial.
NOTE: Poster has wrong date. It should be 6/20/1974
On June 20th, 1974, the skeletal remains of an unidentified child were discovered along the 100 block of Country Club Drive in Mill Valley, California. Based
on the condition of the remains, the child had likely been deceased
approximately 2 years prior to discovery. The child was considerably
small for their age. The child was found wearing a child-size
olive-green hooded ski coat, a blue sweater, a green-striped shirt, and
blue T-shirt. Also found with the remains was a red “ladybug” stick pin.
The child had a gray-blue discoloration on their teeth, possibly due to
the use of antibiotics or tetracycline's. The reconstruction featured
above is an artist’s rendering of what the John Doe may have looked
like. Anyone with information should contact the Marin County Coroner’s
Division and reference case# 74-0215, or the Mill Valley Police
Department and reference case# 74-1468.
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