CHILLIWACK (NEWS 1130) — RCMP hope someone can help solve a 47-year-old mystery.
A man’s body was found on a sandbar in the Fraser River near McSween Road in September of 1972.
After investigating, Mounties didn’t find any evidence he was killed and still haven’t found anything to identify the man.
The case went cold until this year.
The faces are reconstructed onto 3D printed replicas of the actual skulls as part of a forensic sculpture workshop.
At least one of the faces has already been identified.
The man found in Chilliwack is described as 18 to 35 years old, with brown hair, brown eyes, and nice teeth.
There are more than 700 unidentified remains in the RCMP’s national database of missing persons and unidentified remains.
If anyone has information to identify the man they can contact the RCMP at 604-702-4017.