The parquet floor of Liège asked on Tuesday that the notice of the study, concerning the death of a man occurred on July 24, 1989, was distributed in the press. Federal police share portraits of new victims' robots. The man's lifeless body was found on July 24, 1989 in Meuse, near the Curtius museum in Liège. He must be between 20 and 30 years old, growing normally and measured around 1m85. He has brown hair, a pierced left ear lobe, and a tattoo that describes maple leaves on his right shoulder. He wore blue Levis jeans and a Western-style black belt.
Diffusion of robotic portraits as part of a "cold case" is not extraordinary. "This is an update," said Christine Cayet, deputy prosecutor of King Liege. "It is very common that many bodies found in the past have not yet been identified, which is why cells of missing people from federal police took new actions and used new ways to try to identify certain dead people."
Researchers ask people who think they recognize men in portraying robots to advance.
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