Pueblo Police seek assistance in John Doe Cold Murder Case
City of Pueblo Police Department
Information Needed in 1989 John Doe Homicide
(Denver, CO, August 12, 2013) –Pueblo Police Department detectives are seeking public assistance in identifying a John Doe Homicide victim from August of 1989.
The victim was murdered and his body was dumped in a river in the City of Pueblo. The victim’s identity remains unknown.
Victim Description at the time of his death is as follows:
White male, age 30-45 years.
5’9” – 5’10” and was wearing a size small plaid blue, white and yellow sleeveless flannel shirt. His jeans were a size 30” X 32”.
Estimated weight was approximately 140lbs – 160lbs.
Brown hair with partial temporal balding and a red brown moustache approximately 1 inch long.
The attached Post Mortem Sketch was prepared by Forensic Composite Artist Cynthia Marsh in cooperation with detectives involved in the case.
Detectives are asking anyone who may have information about the identity of the victim or who may have information about the actual homicide to please call Pueblo Police (719-553-2502) or Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 719-542-STOP (719-542-7867).
You can also visit their site at http://www.pueblocrimestoppers.com
. If your information leads to a felony arrest, you could be eligible for a cash reward.