Unidentified Persons

The following cases are those in which the BCMEO has been unable to identify the deceased. If postmortem renderings are available, they are posted along with the decedent's descriptive information. 

If you have any information relating to any of the unidentified people listed, please contact the BCMEO Investigations Office at 210-335-4011 or email Unidentified@bexar.orgInvestigators are available by telephone 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

  1. ME Case #2022-0782

    White Male, at least 50 years old, approximately 5'8" tall View more details for case #20yy-0000.
  2. ME Case #2021-1624

    Most likely a white male, approximately 40 - 60 years, approximately 5'8" and about 140 lbs. View more details for case #2021-1624.
  3. ME Case #2021-0567

    White or Hispanic male, approximately 50 - 60 years old. He was 5'5" and 195 lbs. View more details for case #2021-0567.
  4. ME Case #2019-2204

    Hispanic/Latino male, approximately 40 - 70 years old. He was 5'7" and weighed 103lbs. View more details for case #2019-2204.
  5. ME Case #2019-1686

    White male, approximately 30 - 60 years old, with greater likelihood being between 50 - 60 years old. He was between approximately 5'7" - 6'1" and the weight was not known. View more details for case #2019-1686.
  6. ME Case #2017-1879

    Black Male, approximately 30 - 50 years old. He was 5'11" and weighed 270lbs. View more details for case #2017-1879.
  7. ME Case #2015-1249

    White male, between 45 - 65 years old. He was 5'8" and 192lbs. View more details for case #2015-1249.
  8. ME Case #2015-0251

    White male, between 45-65 years old. He was 5'8" and 164lbs. View more details for case #2015-0251.
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The Bexar County Medical Examiner's Office is committed to obtaining the positive identification for all deaths investigated by our office as well as finding and notifying the next of kin of the death. In order to accomplish this, we utilize every available scientific means, including fingerprints, DNA, dental/medical records, and/or visual identification. Unfortunately, however, after exhausting all sources, in some cases we are still unable to obtain an identification. 

In addition to this page, the BCMEO inputs case information into the National Missing Unidentified Persons System (NamUs), a searchable database created to assist in identifying unidentified human remains. The database includes cases throughout the United States and is viewable by the public.

To report a missing person, please contact your local law enforcement agency.