WCSO Case # 03-034951
On 07-09-2003 the Wake County Sheriff’s Office responded to 8399 Jenks Rd, Apex, NC in reference to the skeletal remains of a human body being located in the wooded area.  The Medical Examiner estimated the time of death may have been up to one year prior to discovery. 
The remains are believed to be of a Caucasian Male, possibly of Hispanic descent, the age is estimated to be 30 to 50 years old, the height is estimated to be approximately 5’6”, and the weight is estimated to be 150 to 180 lbs.
Clothing found with the remains are:  a tan in color “Fresno Sport” polo style shirt, black Levi jeans, brown with blue markings Lejanoeste western style snake skin cowboy type boots estimated to be size 10 ½ , a brown belt measuring 37” with a metal belt buckle, boxer style underwear with a waist measuring 26”, and a black sock.
Jewelry found with the remains:  A 14k gold male ring, size 9 ½, with a black face and a gold religious type symbol in the center of the black face similar that of the Virgin Mary.

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Anyone with information which may assist in this investigation is asked to contact the Wake County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division at 919-856-6800.

 

WCSO Case # 80-008460

 

Cynthia Renee Frazier, black female nineteen years of age was found on May 31, 1980 in the Neuse River, West of Clayton.  She had been reported missing to the Raleigh Police Department by her mother on April 22, 1980.  Cynthia had not been seen by her family since February 22, 1980.  She left her mother's home in a Yellow Cab.  Cynthia is described as being 5'5” weighing 110 lbs., medium complexion with the nickname, "Pug."    She was found by two people that were canoeing.  Her body was partially decomposed and partially clothed.  The Medical Examiner's reported Cynthia Frazier's cause of death was more than likely due to either a shot gun blast to the back of the head or being hit in the back of the head with a blunt object.  The Medical Examiner established the approximate period of death to be from late fall or winter to several weeks prior to the discovery of the body.  Cynthia Frazier frequented clubs in the downtown Raleigh area and had lots of male friends.  Anyone with information regarding the death of Cynthia Frazier please call the Wake County Sheriff’s Office at 919-856-6800.