NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - The saying goes, dead men tell no tales, but officials hope the faces of four dead men will start a conversation.
During a news conference held in Norfolk on Feb. 28, Virginia's Chief Medical Examiner unveiled the facial molds of four men found dead in Chesapeake and Newport News between 1982 and 1992. The men have never been identified.
"We hope that by presenting the facial approximations to the public someone will recognize one of these
individuals as their long lost loved one," said Chief Medical Examiner Leah Bush, MS, MD. "We're
working with local police to help identify these individuals and we encourage anyone with information
that may lead to the identities of these individuals profiled to contact us."
Anyone with information on any of the unsolved cases is asked to call the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner at (757) 683-8366.
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