|Age||23 - 39 years|
|Height||5'10" - 5'11"|
|Weight||190 - 200 lbs.|
|Clothing||3/4 length military, fatigue-type, heavy-duty jacket with black liner - the button snaps on the coat have the logo, "Refrig Wear".
Long-sleeved sweatshirt-type pullover with V-neck.
Long-sleeve, heavy, rust-colored cable-stitch V-neck sweater.
"Nike" jogging shoes which are blue, white and gray.
On the left foot are two socks - one plain white and the other is a white sock with two green stripes at the top.
On the right foot is a blue sock.
Two pair of pants - the outer pant is a blue, diagonally corded polyester pant with a brown leather-type belt with a square white-metal buckle which measures 39-40" long to
the hole at which the buckle is engaged and has a logo of "ML38-40" with a symbol of a tailor working at a tailor's stool and also "top grain cowhide 7046-2". This pant has the label "Farah". The other pant is green and without a belt and belt-loops.
|Other Personal Effects||Small black comb, three matchbooks, tablets in aluminum foil|
|Other Characteristics||In the right pocket of the jacket was found the November 10, 1985 stock market pages from the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper.|
|Misc.||Dental charts, dental x-rays and fingerprints are available for comparison.|