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DeKalb County Unidentified Cases

Case #87-0811


Case #90-0325


Case #90-0505

Case #91-0451


Case #94-0883

Case #95-0751


Case #96-0745

Case #04-0468


Case #07-1266


Case #16-1065

Case #17-1022

Case #18-0196


Case #18-1411

Case #20-0341

Case #20-1319

Case #20-1865

Case #21-0836

Case #21-2126


Case #22-0298

Case #22-0854




Case #93-1122


On September 17,1993, the remains of a significantly decomposed/partially skeletonized Caucasian female were found in a wooded strip off of Northlake Parkway on the West side of Interstate 285.

The remains were found clothed in a black t-shirt with a multi-colored monogram on the front that reads "WAIKOLOA", blue jeans, white leather athletic shoes bearing "Cross Trainer" and "XJ900", size 8 and no undergarments of any kind. No jewelry was found on the body.

The decedent had extensive dental work including a fixed gold bridge, two full gold crowns and both upper front teeth were porcelain fused to metal crowns. The decedent has also undergone a full left hip replacement that repaired an intertrochanteric fracture of the left hip. This is an open homicide and further detailed information will be given to law enforcement only. 


Height: Approximately 5 feet 5 inches

Weight: Approximately 120 to 130 pounds

Hair: Long, Curly, Frosted/Light Brown


Please contact the DeKalb County District Attorney's Office Cold Case Tip Line if you have any information on this case. (404) 371-2444



Case #06-0052



On Tuesday, January 10th, 2006, this unidentified Hispanic male was attempting to cross I-85 when he was struck by multiple vehicles. He was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced deceased soon after. 

The individual was wearing a blue knit cap bearing the "Thrashers" logo on the front. He was also wearing a pair of "Starter," white athletic shoes that are trimmed in black.


Height: 5 feet 6 inches

Weight: 174 lbs. 

Approx. Age: 20 to 35 years 

Hair: Short black hair on the sides, with longer black hair on the top


Please contact the DeKalb County District Attorney’s Office Cold Case Tip Line at (404) 371-2444 if you have any information on this case