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1997 Larimer County John Doe

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  • Last updated: March 20, 2023
  • Fort Collins , CO
  • July 11, 1997

Overview of 1997 Larimer County John Doe

The victim was found on July 11 or 12 in 1997. The victim was found deceased in the sleeper cab of an abandoned semi-truck on 2201 Airway Avenue in an industrial area of northern Fort Collins. There is no evidence of foul play or trauma, nor evidence of natural disease process at autopsy. The victim was in a state of partial undress and bondage which suggests some sort of sexual game was going on when he died. He was believed to be living a recent transient lifestyle. It is theorized that his death may have been due to a cardiac electromechanical event, perhaps as the result of using some illicit inhalant, such as amyl nitrate.

Estimated Date of Death: A week prior State of Remains: Not recognizable - Decomposing/putrefaction Cause of Death: Unknown

Dentals: Available. No x-rays. His teeth were straight and white. He had no fillings. All four wisdom teeth present and evidence of good orthodontic work. He had a slight gap between the top two front incisors. Fingerprints: Available - partials of all 10 prints. DNA: Available.

Clothing: Multi-colored vertical striped cotton long-sleeved button shirt, black Sprucewood Express T-shirt with a bright pink Motorcross logo, Rustler blue jeans, white briefs, tan socks, black lace-up, ankle-high leather work boots, and a black baseball cap with a Farley's Discount Liquors, Idabelle, Oklahoma logo. Jewelry: Unknown Additional Personal Items: Unknown

The Doe Network Case Number: 174UMCO


  1. Date Found:July 11, 1997
  2. NAMUS Number:UP454
  3. Race:White / Caucasian
  4. Gender:Male
  5. Height:5'11"
  6. Weight:150-170 lbs
  7. Hair Color:Sandy/light brown
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