In British Columbia, Canada, asking the authorities now about help to unravel a series of mysterious cases, which for years has characterized the area.
Menneskefødder flushes at regular intervals in the country, and now is mad again.
15 times since 2007, police in British Columbia had to fish feet up by the water's edge, and now you are asking for help to identify a foot that swept into the country in september last year.
After conducting several tests, including a dna test, it failed to identify the deceased, as there has been no match with missing persons in the area, writes the British Columbia Coroners Service, in a communication to the public.
specifically, this time to talk about a foot in a light grey sportsko of the type Nike Free RN in size 42,5. At the same time inform the competent authorities, that the analysis of the bone structure of the foot indicates that the deceased is under the age of 50.
But it is far from the first time that the authorities are faced with precisely this issue.
the British Columbia Coroners Service has just published an updated map of all of the 15 feet that have been found since august 2007. Here were the first two of the feet found in, respectively, Jedediah Island and Gabriola Island.
Here is the map with all menneskefødderne. Photo: the British Columbia Coroners Service
Ten menneskefødder have been identified, while the identity of the other five remain a mystery. In addition, there is no one who knows why the feet continue to wash ashore.
- It is the police's job to find out who died, how they died and when they died. In these cases, it is our clear goal to identify the deceased and provide families with answers, so they can be allowed to mourn their loss, says the spokesperson of the police in British Columbia to ABC News.
even Though the police do not know what exactly happened, so underlining the authorities, that there is nothing to suggest that there has been anything criminal.
See more images of the shoe, which was found in september including: