People found dead in Berkshire who have never been identified

PEOPLE go missing every day across the UK with the emergency services working quickly to find them.

Unfortunately, some people who have gone missing have never been found and their bodies have been classed as ‘unidentified’.

The UK Missing Persons Unit has published a list of the people who have been found dead but have not been named due to missing information.

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Each case file has information as to where and how the person died and their description of how they look and what they were wearing.

If you may know this person then you can contact the Missing Persons Unit here

Slough Observer:

Circumstances: Male body found in the river near Wraysbury on August 22, 2012.

Description: Male, aged between 25 – 35, White European, slim build.

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Slough Observer:

Found in the Jubilee River at Dorney on May, 1. Believed to have been in the water for approximately two weeks.

Description: Male, 25 – 35, Stocky build, short brown hair.

Slough Observer:

This man was found in baled straw in an open-fronted shed within the grounds of ‘Red Lodge’, Donnington, adjacent to the old A34 in West Berkshire.

He is 60-year’s-old and was found dead on March 4, 1979.

Slough Observer:

This man was found on the railway line at Slough on August 3, 1970 having been struck by a train.

He is aged between 50 and 60 year’s-old and is of a medium build.


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