The Nameless Salem County

The Nameless 
Ashleigh Sommers
Unidentified in NJ 

I will be posting my lists of unidentified persons in my own order of choice, continuing with an area of New Jersey called Salem County.
I am doing this to promote awareness of small town Doe’s that do not receive nearly enough media attention. 
All of my information came from: https://nj.gov/njsp/unidentified/salem/index.shtml 

Unidentified Deceased White Male

Case #: H207923
NIC #: U640765261
Body found on June 2, 1979
Estimated date of death: January 1, 1979
Estimated year of birth: 1961-1963
Circumstances: The victim was found on June 2, 1979, near a dirt road in Quinton Township, Salem County, NJ.
Sex: Male
Race: Caucasian
Height: 5’8”-5’9”
Weight: 140-160 lbs.
Hair: Brown
Eye color: Unknown
Scars, marks, tattoos: None
Clothing: The victim was wearing a plaid Cotton-Poppy shirt that was made in India, a heavy black and white pull-over Michelangelo sweater, dark blue wool waist length Lee brand jacket size small with a gold plated initial “R” on the right pocket flap and a small gold plated cross on the left pocket flap, white painter pants, and a black Pro-Ked sneakers size 8.
Other: A full dental chart, partial fingerprint (left ring finger) and the facial reconstruction are all available for comparison.
Photos:

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Unidentified Deceased Black Male 

Case #: A14089765
NIC #: U379974835
Body found on September 2, 1989
Estimated date of death: September 2, 1989
Estimated Age: 30’s
Circumstances:  (blank)
Sex: Male
Race: Black
Height: 5’6”
Weight: 115 lbs
Hair: Brown
Eye color: Brown
Scars, marks, tattoos: None 
Clothing: the victim was wearing a blue/green plaid jacket, brown corduroy pants, brown canvas belt, maroon long sleeve shirt, light blue V-neck sweater, thermal long johns, white boxer shorts, white socks with red and black trim, brown leather shoes.
Other: Dental chart, dental x-rays and fingerprints are available for comparison.
Composite sketch:

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If you have any information about these cases or the identification of these individuals, please contact The New Jersey State Police at 1-800-709-7090.

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