A TEENAGE boy in Brownsville, Texas, discovered a badly decomposed body in a lake 29 years ago.
Police responded at 7124 Coffee Port Road in Brownsville, Texas regarding a body floating in a resaca on August 21, 1992.
A then 13-year-old boy was innocently looking for turtles in a resaca when he made the gruesome discovery, according to the Valley Morning Star at the time.
The Brownsville Fire Department recovered the teen’s body, which was found without identification.
The only clue found on the body was a pager clipped to the teen’s belt.
The body turned out to belong to 16-year-old Jaime Rincones, and authorities ruled his death a homicide.
The teenager was last seen on August 15, 1992 with friends at a party.
29 years later, his death is still an unsolved case and the investigation is still open.
The official cause of the teenager’s death is not yet known.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact Cameron County Crime Stoppers at (866)-350-5551 or (956)-350-5551.
The bodies of two people were found in the backyard of a house earlier this month.
Police reached the Indianapolis home with a report of two male bodies discovered near the home.
However, when police arrived, they were found to be a man and a woman.
The bodies were in a van and police reported the deaths were not natural.
Foul play is not suspected, but investigators believe the deaths may have resulted from a double overdose.
The grisly find was found at the 2600 block of Mars Hill Street in the southwest of the city.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5694988/decomposing-body-lake-cold-case-texas-mystery-teenager/ Mystery after 13-year-old boy finds a decomposing body in a lake and turns out to be a teenager last seen at a party