Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!

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Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims! (Part 1)

Identify four Allentown murder victims!
They were all found murdered in the same area. In or around the same barrell. But on different dates.
Who are they? Can they be matched with four missing persons
Of their estimated ages and time period?
Could identifying them solve four missing cold cases?
Could identifying them gives answers
To more than one hurting family?
What happened to these four victims? Who is responsible?!

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!
Unidentified Victim One

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims! They were found on different dates. Victim One was found on November 10, 1985. And she was the adult woman in this unidentified female group. She is described as a Caucasian female. Victim 1’s estimated age was between 23 to 33 years old. Her estimated height was between 5’4″ and 5’7.” This victim’s estimated weight was between 120 pounds and 140 pounds. The woman’s hair color was brown and shoulder-length. She had fillings in three teeth. Also, some of her teeth were missing. Her NamUs UP#2174

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!
Unidentified Victim Two

Victim Two was also found on November 10, 1985. She was found on the same date as Victim One. She is described as a Caucasian female. Victim Two’s estimated age was between 5 to 11 years old. Her estimated height is described as between 4’2″ and 4’4″ tall. This girl’s estimated weight was between 65 to 85 pounds. Victim Two’s hair was brown and went to her collar. There were two piercings in each of this victim’s ears. NamUs UP#: 2173.

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!
Unidentified Victim Three

Victim Three was found on May 9, 2009. She was found 15 years after the first two victims were found. This is mysterious. She, too, is described as a Caucasian female. Her estimated age was between two years to four years old. This small girl’s estimated weight is unknown. Her hair was brown and wavy. Victim Three was described as having a pronounced overbite. NamUs UP #: 2175.

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!
Unidentified Victim Four

Victim Four was also found on May 9, 2000. She was found on the same date as Victim Three. Victim Four was a Caucasian female. This victim seems to have been an infant or toddler. Her estimated aga was between one and three years old. This victim’s estimated height was 2’5.” Her weight, like that of Victim Three, is unknown. Victim Four’s hair was blonde and her hair was wavy. This baby had a large gap in her upper front teeth. NamUs UP #: 2176.

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!
Circumstances: First Discovery

The first discovery was made on November 10, 1985. The unidentified remains of Victim One, the adult female, were found in a barrell. The barrell is described as a 55 gallon mental barrel and covered with a tarp. Also, Victim Two, the girl, was also found on the same date and in the same setting. Both victims were located in a wooded area. The area was behind the trailer park adjacent to Bear Brook State Park. This is near Allentown, New Hampshire. Both these victims were Caucasian females. Victim One was a woman between ages 22 to 23. Victim Two was a girl between ages five to eleven years old.

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!
Circumstances: Second Discovery

May 9, 2000, ws the date of the second discovery. A second barrel was discovered approximately 100 yards from the first barrel. Victims Three and Victim Four, the smallest children, were found. Their skeletal remains were found inside the second barrel. Both Victim Three and Victim Four were Caucasian females. Victim Three may have been between two and four years old. Victim Four may have been between one to three years old. It is estimated that all four victims were killed between 1980 to 1985. Possibly they were killed as early as 1977.

DNA analysis revealed that Victim One, Victim Two, and Victim Four are related maternally. That is, Victim One was the mother of Victim Two and Victim Four. Victim Three wasn’t related to three other victims. Maybe she was paternally related to the other children. That is, she may have shared the same father as the other children. Possibly, all four of these victims lived in the same area four the final two to three months of their lives. For further information about these victims, please refer to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) database. Case report numbers are listed above after each victim’s description.

To provide or request additional information, please contact New Hampshire State Police Cold Case Unit at (603) 271-2663 or coldcaseunit@dos.nh.gov or FBI ViCAP at (800) 634-4097 or vicap@leo.gov.

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!
Additional insights

Victims One and Two show signs of blunt-force trauma. Investigators have not provided a cause of death for Victims Three and Four. But investigators are nearly certain that all four victims were born in the United states. Testing of the woman and two related children indicates that they may have lived in the Northeast. But it is possible that they lived in the upper Midwest. Maybe they lived somewhere along the southern borders of Arizona, or into the West Coast. Investigators believe all four victims were together before they died. They have determined that these victims lived in the Northeast sometime between the two weeks and three months leading up to their deaths. New data has narrowed the time of their killings to 1980 to 1984.

The photos depicted were computer enhanced by LostNMissing Inc, adding life like coloring, hair and clothing by computerized software. The facial reconstruction was done by the NCMEC forensic artist based on CT scan of skull in November 2015.

Child NamUs UP Case Number: 2173
ME/C Case Number: 85-1051
Date Found: 11/10/1985
Merrimack County, New Hampshire
5 to 11 year old White Female

Adult NamUs UP Case Number: 2174
ME/C Case Number: 85-1050
Date Found: 11/10/1985
Merrimack County, New Hampshire
23 to 33 year old White Female

Child NamUs UP Case Number: 2175
ME/C Case Number: 103-00
Date Found: 05/09/2000
Merrimack County, New Hampshire
2 to 4 year old White Female

Child NamUs UP Case Number: 2176
ME/C Case Number: 104-00
Date Found: 05/09/2000
Merrimack County, New Hampshire
1 to 3 year old White Female

Identify Four Allentown Murder Victims!
Help Give Them Back Their Names

This case has remained unsolved for maybe over 20 years. How can it happen that a woman and three children can end up this way? Murdered and without their names? And the latest is that Bob EVans is connected with one of these victims? One was his own child? This seems to deepen the mystery. Then what about the other three victims? Read the article and go to Doe Network where you can see if you can match a missing woman and two missing children with these unidentified victims. In any case, someone (s) has information about these victims! Our shares can reach this person. (s).

You can find NamUs at their database..

Update: Bob Evans (not the owner of the restaurant by that name) is tied to unidentified Bodies in barrel. One of the children in barrel was his own child. Read the article and learn about this person’s criminal record.
Click here to read the article.

NamUs 2173: Read more about this unidentified victim here.

NamUs 2174: Read more about this unidentified victim here.

FOUND MAY 9, 2000

NamUs 2175: Read more about this unidentified victim here.

NamUs 2176: Read more about this unidentified victim here.

NamUs UP# 2174 UP# 2173 UP# 2175 UP# 2176

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The top photo and additional information are provided courtesy of The AWARE Foundation of Virgina.

The top photo and additional information are provided courtesy of The Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The second photo and additional information are provided courtesy of LostNMissing, Inc. I’m not a partner of or affiliated with LostNMissing, Inc. or any organization.

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