Location : Near Rosthern, Saskatchewan
Details : On May 26th, 1982, a body of a badly decomposed male was discovered floating in the South Saskatchewan River. The male was wearing Howick brand denim jeans, knitted polyester fabric trousers, Size 9 ½ Texas brand beige cowboy boots, size 34 grey belt, and a Size 34 Caswell brand black money belt. The male also wore a complete set of dentures and his appendix had been removed.
Facial reconstruction of John Doe - click thumbnail to enlarge
In July, 2004, the body of John DOE was exhumed and re-examined by a forensic anthropologist. The forensic anthropologist determined that the male was Caucasian, 40 to 50 years old in 1982, 5'10" to 6'0" tall and had a stocky build.
The skull of John DOE was sent to a RCMP Forensic Artist for the completion of a facial reconstruction. The reconstruction was completed in June, 2005.
Contact: If you have any information about this case, please contact Cst. Kelly WEST, Saskatoon RCMP Major Crimes Unit at (306) 975-5153 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
File: Saskatoon RCMP File #2004-960