Identify LeChevron John Doe!

Identify LeChevron John Doe!

Identify LeChevron John Doe!
He was found deceased over 37 years ago.
And he could not be identified.
He sill remains unidentified to this day.
Who is LeChevron John Doe?

Identify LeChevron John Doe!
Details

Identify LeChevron John Doe! A Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) Alert has been issued an unidentified male whom I’m calling LeChevron John Doe. The FBI created and runs ViCAP, a database for certain missing or unidentified persons. They issue ViCAP alerts for certain missing persons or unidentified persons in whose case foul play is suspected. This unidentified male was found deceased on January 17, 1980, in Sacramento, California. It is determined that LeChevron John Doe was a Caucasian male. He may have been a Latino male of Hispanic ethnicity. His estimated age at his death was between 20 to 30 years of age.

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Descriptions

LeChevron John Doe’s estimated height was 5’8″ to 5’10” tall. His estimated weight was approximately 147 pounds. This victim’s hair was brown and his eyes were brown. When he was found, this victim was wearing a blue, down-filled “LeCheveron Collection” jacket. He wore a light blue denim cap with short bill, navy blue sweater, jeans and Adidas And this unidentified male wore tennis shoes (blue with gold stripes) size 9 with the letters “HS” scrawled in ink inside the shoes. His DNA and fingerprints are available.

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On January 17, 1980, the LeChevron John Doe was discovered sitting on the bleachers of a local softball diamond. This victim was shot once in the head. LeChevron John Doe was a Caucasian male (possibly Latino/Hispanic). He is estimated to be in his mid-20s. LeChevron John Doe had dark brown hair, a goatee and a mustache. He had numerous stretch marks on his chest, abdomen, and arms. This indicated that he was possibly obese at one time. This unidentified male also had several scars on the fingers of his left hand which appeared to be skin grafts. He had a partial denture plate on his upper front incisors (his top four front teeth were false). All dental work appeared to have been recent. It seemed to have been completed as little as one week prior to his death. LeChevron John Doe’s appendix had been surgically removed in the past. The victim appears to have been a smoker.

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Appeal

Unfortunately, there seems to be no colored sketch of LeChevron John Doe. His NamUs database reveals only several sketches in black and white. There seem to be no match attempts that have been ruled out. This John Doe has a name. He is not LeChevron John Doe. He is not any kind of Doe. In life, he had his own unique name. Somehow, when he was murdered, his identity was lost. Maybe he had no identification when he was found. Maybe where he was found was far from where he lived. This unidentified male is missed. He was someone’s son and may have been someone’s father. LeChevron John Doe might be a missing person who needs to be matched with a missing male. Even if he has not been reported as missing, his fingerprint records are available. He has a name. Finding it may bring a missing person home and give a family answers.

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Contact Information

You can match LeChevron John Doe with a missing male. He needs to have gone missing before January 17, 1980. And he needs to match the descriptions above.
You can attempt a match on the NamUs website.
You can match LeChevron John Doe with a missing male. He needs to have gone missing before January 17, 1980. And he needs to match the descriptions above.
You can attempt a match on the Doe Network website.

Agency Case #: 80-003479
ViCAP #: 2012ZNU00002

You can contact the FBI tip line: 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You can leave an online tip at: this webpage. OR You can contact your local FBI office. You can also contact FBI International Offices. You can contact the Sacramento Field Office at: (916) 746-7000.

To provide or request additional information, please contact:
– Dep. Paige Kneeland, Sacramento Police Department, (916) 808-0643, ckneeland@sacsheriff.com –
– FBI ViCAP, (800) 634-4097, vicap@leo.gov –
Contact ViCAP for information on how your agency can obtain access to the ViCAP Web.
National Crime Database and view this case.

Agency Case #: 80-003479
ViCAP #: 2012ZNU00002
NamUs #: UP 2410

This unidentified male’s information can be found in his NamUs database: NamUs Database.

Alert # 2018-01-02; Released 01/17/2018; CMP
To review other ViCAP Alerts, please visit ViCAP Alerts.

The above image and additional information are courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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