Location Found: Near Farmers Market on New Market Rd. in Immokalee.
Hair: Black shoulder length hair.
Eyes: Brown eyes.
Facial Features:No details available
Tattoos: None noted.
Scars, Surgeries and Other Dental and Medical Information: The skin of the right forearm on the extensor and flexor surfaces display numerous, well-healed, linear scars with slight depigmentation varying from microscopic to 5 cm in length. Similar well healed scars are noted over the entire circumference of the left arm.
Jewelry: None found
Clothing and Shoes: Red and Black checked shirt, blue jeans, brown boots, and green socks.
Personal Effects: $21.75 in currency, a comb, and matches
Other Details:Deemed to have type "O" blood. Possible first name of decedent- "Rudolpho" or "Radolpho". Decedent lived in Tara Park, third trailor on the right off Lake Trafford Rd. with a Francisco and Jose Via. According to Mr. Via, "Rudolpho" had come to Immokalee on September 21, 1980 along with 12 other Mexican males, from Dallas, Texas. Further, "Rudolpho" has family in Mexico, but also had an uncle in Dallas and another Houston, Texas. "Rudolpho" moved from Tara Park to the Labor Camp two weeks prior to death.