River Lune Man
Found On: 10th August 2015
Over five years ago, a man’s body was found on the salt marshes on the River Lune estuary near to Glasson Dock, Lancashire, England.
We know the man was estimated to be between 30 and 70 years old, white, and 5ft 6 in height. He had collar-length brown hair.
He wore black ‘Derri’ boots, a burgundy beanie hat with an ‘Adidas’ Motif on the front and a ‘Highpoint’ waterproof hooded jacket in size small. He also wore a black jacket with a motif of ‘Northern Profile Security Services’ on the left chest area. He wore a woollen jumper and a checked shirt in size small.
In his possession were a black wallet, two keys similar to Yale lock types, a ‘JML’ credit card sized magnifying glass and a plastic cardholder containing two pieces of card believed to be from ‘Uncut’ magazine with song titles and a list of written film titles on the white reverse.
The initial investigation will make enquiries into the company Northern Profile Security Services to appeal for any further information from ex-employees who worked for the company at the time. The possibility that this man was a migrant will also be considered.
The investigation is being led by our team at Staffordshire University.
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