Reconstruction created which shows what the man MAY have looked liked when he was alive. (Note: The reconstruction was done based on the medical examiners description and shouldn’t be the sole basis of identification.)
The unidentified man was discovered in a wooded area off of I-49 in Ajax, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana on December 22, 2011. Medical examiners concluded that he had been in that location 2 – 10 years prior to discovery. He also had a broken nose sometime during his life.
“John Doe” is described as an adult White male between the ages 35 to 50. Height and weight couldn’t be determined. DNA and Dental records are available.
FACES Case #: 11-46
Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to please contact: Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office 318-352-6432
You’re also asked to contact:
the FACES Lab.
Helen Bouzon, Research Associate, LSU – (225) 578-4761
Nicole Harris, Research Associate, LSU – (225) 578-3750
Please use the FACES Case # provided above.
There are currently two John Doe’s who were discovered in Natchitoches Parish who remain unidentified. Click here for the other unsolved case.