It’s a thriller that has remained unsolved for greater than 11 years.
However investigators from the Chilly Case Unit at Glasgow Caledonian College hope those new computer-generated pictures of the way a person discovered lifeless in 2011 will expose who he used to be.
The person used to be discovered lifeless close to Balmore Golfing Membership, in East Dunbartonshire, on October 16, 2011.
Police suppose the person can have died six months prior to his frame used to be discovered. He’s believed to had been between 25 and 34.
There have been no suspicious cases surrounding his loss of life, however forensic research published he had suffered accidents that may most probably have lowered his high quality of existence within the duration prior to he died.
The person used to be white and Ecu, with mild hair and a small construct. His frame used to be discovered dressed in mild denims, water resistant sneakers, a blue Best Guy T-shirt, and a blue zipped cardigan. A bag containing toiletries and chargers used to be discovered close to his frame.
Professor Lesley McMillan, co-director of the Chilly Case Unit, mentioned she was hoping ‘anyone will recognise his clothes or his property and lend a hand us determine who he’s.’
Police Scotland are asking any person who recognises the person to touch them.
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