FAIRFAX, United States, On June 13, 1972, the body of this unidentified child was found in Massey Creek, near an I-95 exit in Southern Fairfax County, Virginia. The above image is a computer-assisted facial reconstruction done by a forensic artist at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Features such as eye color and hair style are the estimations of the artist to complete the image, and should not be used as significant markers for identification.
MEBANE, United States, This unidentified boy was found on September 25, in Mebane, Orange County, NC. He was found near a billboard sign along Industrial Drive which is a service road adjacent to Interstate 85 and Interstate 40. It is estimated that he had been deceased at this location for several months. The child’s race is either White or Hispanic. He is estimated to be years old and around 4’11" tall. He had straight brown hair. The boy had no dental fillings but some teeth had preventative sealant placed on them to help prevent cavities and decay. He had a slight overbite and his upper canine teeth were high erupting canines, which are commonly referred to as "fang teeth." These teeth may have been noticeable to others when he smiled or spoke. The child was wearing khaki shorts (size 13). Cash was found inside his pockets. He was also wearing black and white sneakers (size 3). The shoes showed almost no wear as if they were relatively new. He was also wearing white tube socks and brief underwear. No shirt was found with the body. The above three images are of a facial reconstruction completed by a NCMEC Forensic Artist. The image to the far right is a photograph of the sneakers the boy was found wearing.
SEMINOLE COUNTY, United States, On April 24, 2009, the body of an unidentified male was located in Seminole County, GA. The decedent is believed to have died 4 to 6 weeks prior to discovery. He was wearing a short-sleeve Polo shirt with small dark horizontal stripes, blue Ralph Lauren jeans, blue Tommy Hilfiger underwear, a blue and tan nautical belt, and wine colored sandals with an orange insole. The image shown is a composite sketch provided by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.