Toronto John Doe
Sex Male
Race Black/Asian
Location Toronto, Ontario
Found May 22, 2003
Unidentified for 17 years
Postmortem interval 1 - 2 days
Body condition Recognizable face
Age approximation 50-60
Height approximation 5' - 5'1
Weight approximation 122 pounds
Cause of death Not stated

Toronto John Doe was an unidentified man found deceased in a forested area in Toronto, Ontario.


The decedent was discovered in the woods close to Humberwood Boulevard, near Highway 427 and Rexdale Boulevard. There'd been previous sightings of him in the area before, suggesting he might've lived in the forest. He was huddled underneath an overturned picnic table, which he might've possibly used as a shelter.


  • His hair was brown, but he had some gray hair and he was balding.
  • His eyes were brown.
  • He had multiple teeth missing and only one tooth was remaining in his lower jaw.
  • His build was described as "medium."
  • There were linear scratches on across his lower legs.
  • Canada's Missing Persons says he is a black male. However, the Doe Network says he was possibly Indian or Middle Eastern.

Clothing and accessories

  • His outfit consisted of:
    • A grey, button-down shirt.
    • Green pants, size 34.
    • White underwear.
    • Blue, long-John styled underwear in a size medium.
    • A black, leather boot, size 9 on his left foot.
  • Belongings found close to him consisted of:
    • A white baseball hat.
    • A green, winter jacket.
    • A "navy colored," winter jacket.
    • A black, long-sleeved shirt.
    • A black belt.
    • A black sock.
    • A black, leather-type, right-footed boot.
    • An empty bottle of Listerine mouthwash.
    • A lighter and a bus ticket were in one of his pockets.


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