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A Tall Mystery

You can help solve a murder investigation by simply thinking about any 6’4″-6’6″ (193-198cm) white male you may have lost contact with. This man was found weighted down in the North Sea in July 1994, having suffered a catastrophic blow to the side of the head and rib cage. This is an ongoing investigation led by the specialist homicide team in Wilhemshaven, Germany.

‘North Sea Man’ had a name in life, and we’d like your help in returning it to him in death. 

Did you used to know someone who was 6’4″ – 6’6″?

Are you from a tall family?

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How you can help

White men who are 6’4″ – 6’6″ (193 – 197cm) tall, make up a very small proportion of the world’s population. Take time to think back to school, college, university, sports teams, parties, or family weddings and get togethers.

Do you remember anyone of this description that you have lost touch with?

Being tall often runs in families. Is there anyone in your family tree who is about 6’4″ – 6’6″ (193 – 197cm) tall, who you or your family have lost contact with?

If you have any information you think may be relevant, please complete the form below.

Don’t worry if the information you have is limited, as it may still link with information coming from others.

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Isotope Analysis Results: North Sea Man

Isotope Analysis Update: North Sea Man In addition to the press release previously provided, we are releasing further information about the case of the North Sea Man. The North Sea man case is covered in our current appeal, 'A Tall Mystery' - you can learn more about...

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