A human jaw was found by a person near the Cloetta center in Linköping, Sweden on December 21, 2006. At the beginning of January, the jaw was sent to forensic medicine in Solna for a so-called kol14 examination. So far, nothing is known about the person’s identity. At the beginning of the year, the police had about 30 names of missing persons who could match with the finding. Now several names can be deleted from that list. According to Jan Staaf, the next step is to extract DNA from the jaw.

  • Date found: December 21, 2006
  • Place found: Cloetta Center Linköping, Sweden
  • Race: Unknown
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 45-55
  • Height: Unknown
  • Weight: Unknown
  • Eye Color: Unknown
  • Hair Color: Unknown
  • Distinguishing Marks: Unknown
  • Estimated Date of Dead: Unknown
  • Clothing: Unknown
  • Jewelry: Unknown
  • Personal Items: Unknown
  • Dentals: Available. A dental repair was done around 1980. It is a repair made with a material that was common from 1960 until the 1990s in Sweden
  • Fingerprints: Unknown
  • DNA: Available
If you have any information please contact
  • Agency: Polismyndigheten
  • Phone Number: +46 77 114 14 00
  • Case Number: N/A

%d bloggers liken dit: