Mystery of unidentified bodies still to be solved

Date: 5/20/2006
An article appeared in the Enniscorthy Guardian on the 28 April 2006 about two bodies that were found a number of years ago and who have not yet been identified despite every effort being made to try and identify them.

One of the bodies was washed up on Courtown beach in Wexford on the 23 October 1999. The unidentified man was white, aged between 25 and 40, well built, around 6 ft 2′ in height, and possibly had dark hair. An elasticated band of material around his waist was the only clothing that led to a clue that the man may have been of Eastern European origin. He is now buried at St. Michael’s Cemetery in Gorey

The other body was a woman. The woman, aged between 25 to 40 was found at Ballinamona Beach on December 12, 1995. The only clue found was that her jeans were made in Belgium and that she had a key to a volkswagan car. She is now buried at She was eventually buried in Crosstown Cemetery in Wexford.

If you have any information on who these people are, plaese contact the Gardai in Gorey Co Wexford.

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