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Florida cold case murder victim ID'd by belt buckle after 35 years

Added 10-18-20 06:18:03pm EST - “A belt buckle has helped Florida cold case investigators identify the victim in an unsolved 35-year-old "John Doe" homicide. A person looking for their missing uncle was checking cold cases on the ?” - Nypost.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Nypost.com: “Florida cold case murder victim ID’d by belt buckle after 35 years”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

A belt buckle has helped Florida cold case investigators identify the victim in an unsolved 35-year-old “John Doe” homicide.

A person looking for their missing uncle was checking cold cases on the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office website two years ago and read about the discovery of a murder victim’s remains in January 1985.

“The thing that stuck out to the person the most was the victim’s belt buckle, with the hand-engraved initials ‘W.T.’,” sheriff officials said Thursday. “The person felt this could have been their missing uncle, whose last known location was in Escambia County near the same time John Doe’s body was discovered.”

“The results of the test revealed John Doe was actually William Ernest Thompson,” the officials said.

Thompson was 49 when his body was found in Pensacola without identification. Investigators believe that he been killed months, or even years, earlier.

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