Another foot, the 15th since 2007, washes up on a B.C. beach

The B.C. Coroners Service is asking for the public’s assist in figuring out a human foot that washed up a West Vancouver beach final 12 months.

The foot was inside a Nike sneaker discovered alongside the shoreline at the 30th Street beach entry, south of Marine Drive and 30th Street, in September 2018.

This is the 15th human foot discovered on B.C. shorelines since August 2007. Ten of these ft have been recognized as belonging to seven individuals who died by chance or suicide, whereas 5 stay unidentified.

Using DNA proof, the coroners service has decided the newest discovered foot is that of a man however they’ve been unable to match it with any of the DNA profiles on file for lacking individuals.

Based on the bone construction of the foot, the coroners service’s identification specialist believes the age at dying is below 50.

The man was carrying a gentle gray Nike Free RN shoe with a black Nike swoosh brand and white base, white laces and a blue sock.

The shoe was a males’s U.S. measurement 9.5 with an OrthoLite insert. It was manufactured between Feb. 1 and April 17, 2017, and seemed to be in comparatively new situation.

Anyone with info can name West Vancouver Police at 604-925-7300 or contact the B.C. Coroners Service at 1-877-660-5077 or BCCS.SIU@gov.bc.ca.

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