On June 7, 1978, the badly decomposed remains of an adult male were found on the north side of Tunitas Creek Road, one-quarter mile east of Bolitas Creek Road, in the coastal area of unincorporated San Mateo County. The remains were located approximately 30-40 feet down an embankment, lying near a creek. Initially, there were two bodies located at the scene; one being identified as Raymond Oscar Wilson. The remains bore no identification. This subject may have been a member of the gay community in San Francisco.
Description of Remains:
Ancestry: European descent
Age: Approximately 21 - 27 years
Hair: Moderate length, brown
Facial Hair: Short beard and mustache
Height: Approximately 5' 11"
Weight: Approximately 160 lbs
Clothing: Denim, blue jeans
Jewelry: Man's ring, white metal or gold plated with synthetic red stone (size 7 3/4)
Distinguishing Marks/Tattoos: Possible scar on the inner aspect of the right leg, just below knee
If you have information regarding the identification of this person, please contact:
San Mateo County Coroner's Office
Telephone: (650) 312-5562