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Charlotte County John Doe identified!
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Happy Face Killer
Keith Jesperson – also known as the “Happy Face Killer” was responsible for the murders of at-least 8 known women. Our story began with a facial reconstruction from unidentified remains… a twist of fate led us not to the victims identity but to the one who murdered her. Our victim remains unidentified, please contact us if you recognize her!
Tackling Unidentified Cases
The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) suggests that Nationwide there is an estimated 100,000 active missing persons case and more than 40,000 sets of unidentified human remains. The task is daunting, but we are dedicated to helping however we can!
Help Us Identify Baby June
Baby June still remains unidentified. If you have any information at all please contact us.
Unknown Hispanic Man found in Glades Canal
A Hispanic man with distinct tattoos remains unidentified. Take a look, maybe he is someone you know or recognize. To view the full reconstruction of this man visit our unidentified page.
1984 Case: Skeletal Remains found in Royal Palm Beach, FL.
In 1987, the skeletal remains of a white female, approx. 20-40 years old, were found in the then rural area of Royal Palm Beach, FL.
Port St. Lucie Man Sought
Man sought in Port St Lucie after exposing himself to a jogger. Police said a woman in her early 30’s was jogging along NW Baletto Street when the incident occurred.
Sketch leads to Suspect ID
Cristian Leon was arrested for impersonating a police officer after this composite sketch was released.
Second Victim Identified
Cristian Leon was arrested for impersonating a police officer after this composite sketch was released. A second victim from West Palm Beach came forward shortly after.
Daniel Harrigan found guilty in Steinmart parking lot murder
The jury found Daniel Harrigan guilty for the brutal murder of Bernard Fairman in a Steinmart parking lot in Palm Beach Gardens. A forensic composite was completed for this case and helped assist in the investigation and identification of the suspect.