Posted On-line 08/11/2004
Victim: Oscar Approx. 20- to 30-years of age in 1985, at the time of the murder.
Police Case 1985-055625
On April 23rd, 1985, the decomposed remains of a human body were found during the excavation of the construction site of the Marley Station Mall in Glen Burnie, Md. The body was found in a metal trash container.
Examinations revealed the remains were that of a white male in his mid 20’s, approx. 5’8” to 5’11” tall slim build with brown hair. He was wearing a blue and black sweater, slacks and leather shoes.
It was estimated that the victim was deceased for approximately five months.
The image listed in this profile is the result of skull reconstruction produced by the Maryland State Police, Crime Lab Division.
The case is still open and Detectives are seeking information from additional witnesses. Anyone with any information pertaining to his death or related to the identification of witnesses or suspects, please call:
Homicide Unit (410) 222-3450
Or give anonymous tips through:
Metro Crime Stoppers
Toll Free: 1-866-7LOCKUP (756-2587)
Text Message: Send the letters "MCS" plus your message to 274637 Cold Case Tip Form