Authorities Still Seeking The Public’s Help In Identifying The Body Of A Floating Man
State Police and the Maine Marine Patrol, are appealing again to the public for help in identifying a man found floating off the Maine coast in 1990.
The Medical Examiners Office, State Police, and the Maine Marine Patrol are working together to identify the body of a man who was found floating off the coast of Maine in 1990.
According to the report, the body was found eight miles south of Schoodic Point and eight miles east of Baker Island by a pleasure boat on August 9, 1990. Previous efforts over the past 27 years to identify him have not been successful.
The man was 5’4”-5’5” tall and was between 40 and 50 years of age. He was of stocky build with short dark hair. The man likely had undergone operations for a hernia repair and the man was missing his spleen.
Investigators over the years have consulted with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for missing persons reports from the Canadian Maritime provinces but to no avail.
There are no missing person cases from Maine that match this man’s description. Investigators have also looked into whether the man may have fallen off a ship or fishing boat in the Gulf of Maine or in Canadian waters.
The man’s clothing was mostly from Canada, a blue winter coat with red lining and a blue corduroy shirt, but the man’s high rubber boots were made in Czechoslovakia. The Medical Examiner’s Office estimated the man died in June or July of 1990.
Photos of the man’s clothing have been posted on the State Police’s Facebook page- “Maine State Police – Headquarters”.
If you or anyone you might know has any information concerning this particular case is asked to call Maine State Police in Augusta at 207-624-7076.