Unidentified Person / NamUs #UP81371
Male, Hispanic / Latino
Date Body Found March 18, 2021
Location Found Fort Bliss, Texas
Estimated Age Range 30-40 Years
Height 5' 7"-6' 0"(67-72 inches) , Estimated
Weight Cannot Estimate
Circumstances of Recovery:
Remains discovered scattered on surface by civilian
Reward offered for information on skeletal remains found on Fort Bliss
by Staff Wednesday, November 24th 2021
FORT BLISS, Texas (KFOX14/CBS4) — The Army is offering a reward for information that helps them identify human remains that were found on Fort Bliss.
The human remains were found in Castner Range, Hondo Pass area near the El Paso Border Patrol Station in the northeast on March 18, according to a Fort Bliss news release.
It stated that a person walking in the area found the remains and reported them to law enforcement.
The remains were discovered above ground.
There was no evidence that indicated they had been buried, officials stated.
Army officials said although there is one active missing person case at Fort Bliss, initial findings do not indicate the two cases are related.
It is believed the remains are a man between the ages of 30 to 40 years old with a height between 5 feet, 7 inches to 6 feet tall.
They believe the man went missing and died between 2017 to 2019.
The man was possibly wearing black Oakley's glasses, a blue Under Armor jacket, a white shirt, blue denim pants, a black knee brace, a grey sweatshirt, and white and gray “Wolverine” socks, officials stated.
A blue Crunch Fitness bag was found with the remains.
Officials said there is no danger to area residents or the community.
Anyone with information is asked to call the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division at 915-568-1700.
A $1,000 reward will be given to anyone who provides information leading to the person's identification.
Fort Bliss Criminal Investigation Command agents are investigating this case.
While the girl was found in Texas, a pollen analysis completed on her remains suggests she was from the southwest U.S. or the adjacent region in Mexico. It's even more likely she was from southeast Arizona.
Blue jeans with brown belt: belt contains flaking white paint and has a square belt buckle with a Longhorn Steer.
Information from http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/149umva.html
On May 27, 1987, highway workers discovered a partially decomposed body along the southbound shoulder of I-81 South, Mile Post 183. The victim died as a result of a gunshot wound to the right side of the head and right side of the body. Handwritten notes in the victims pocket referred to a truck and trailer number and the trucking firm of J.B. Hunt Trucking Company out of Lowell, Arkansas. A check of this company revealed that John Swartz was operating a tractor-trailer through Virginia at this time.
The area the decedent was found in in 1977.
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