Nineteen years ago today, the body of a man was found floating in the waters of Boynton Inlet.
Does he look familiar? PBSO’s Forensic Imaging Investigators reconstructed the skull of the male whose remains were found, on August 11th, 2015, at the edge of a cane field approximately 2 miles NE of Hooker Highway and State Rd 715.
Detectives are seeking the community’s help to identify the male seen below. It is believed he is white, possibly Hispanic, approximately 40 – 70 years of age and 5′ 02″ – 5′ 09″. Anyone with information is urged to contact […]
We are seeking the community’s assistance to identify this baby found Friday, June 1st on the ocean side of the Boynton Beach Inlet.
Sadly, around 1:20pm an off duty Boynton Beach Firefighter was boating on the ocean side of the Boynton Beach Inlet when he saw what appeared to be a body floating. Upon getting a closer look he did in fact confirm it was a body of a female infant. Age and how long the body was in the […]
ID Info: Victim was a white female, 5’1″ – 5’6″ tall and weighed 90-130 pounds. No clothing or jewelry were found on or near the body. Victims hair had a tinge of gray. She was short with a small frame.
Circumstances: Skeletal remains of the unidentified white female were located at 130th Ave., north of Orange Blvd. in Royal Beach, FL. The victim had extensive dental work and dental records are available.
More details on Namus.gov