GARDAI have appealed for assist attempting to determine a person’s physique found greater than 35 years in the past.
The human stays have been found on the small stretch of shoreline at Knockbrack in Tullaghan, Co Leitrim, on Could 1 1986.
On the time of the grim discovery, a autopsy was carried out nonetheless the stays have been by no means formally recognized.
The nameless man was later buried at St Clare’s Cemetery in Manorhamilton.
He was believed to be aged between 30 to 50 years and was round 5 foot 4 to five foot 7 in top.
Investigators this morning additionally launched pictures of two very distinctive tattoos the person had on every arm.
On his proper higher arm there was a inexperienced shamrock and on his proper forearm there was a dagger with a crimson deal with in inexperienced scabbard.
On his left higher arm there was two skinny rapier-like swords with crimson handles crossed in entrance of a inexperienced coronary heart or protect.
Whereas on his left forearm the person had the phrase EIRE tattooed in entrance of a inexperienced color form.
When he was discovered on the shoreline, the thriller man was sporting blue Wrangler denims and a darkish colored leather-based belt with a silver buckle with the phrases “Malt Liquor” and ‘Schlitz’ or ‘Schlutz’ and an image of a canine or bull.
He had brown sneakers ‘JBees’ or ‘B. Jees’ make, with rubber soles and leather-based uppers, gray socks.
Extra particulars of the unsolved case are set to be broadcast tonight on Eire’s Unidentified Our bodies on Virgin Media 1.
Earlier this yr, the Garda Lacking Individuals Unit organized for an exhumation to acquire a DNA pattern to verify towards the Lacking Individuals Database and enquires to ascertain his id are persevering with.
Anybody with info is requested to contact Manorhamilton Garda Station (071) 982 0620, The Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.