Mystery deepens as cops unable to ID human foot that washed up on Vancouver shore
Added 02-12-19 01:11:01am EST - “Canadian authorities on Monday said that they were unable to identify the person whose foot was found last year on the Vancouver shoreline that was in blue socks and a grey Nike sneaker.” - Foxnews.com
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Canadian authorities said a human foot washed onto the shores of West Vancouver last year – the 15th case since 2007. (B.C. Coroners Service)
Canadian authorities on Monday said that they were unable to identify the person whose foot was found last year on the Vancouver shoreline that was in blue socks and a grey Nike sneaker.
The foot, which was discovered in September 2018, is the 15th time in just over a decade that a human foot was discovered on the British Columbia shoreline. More than half of those feet were determined to have belonged to people who either died by accident or committed suicide while the remaining third remain unidentified, according to the B.C. Coroners Service.
The coroner's service has determined that the latest foot belonged to a man but have been unable to match its DNA with any databases. An identification specialist said the foot’s former owner was most likely under the age of 50.
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