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Exhibit 2. Active NamUs Unidentified Person Cases by State

Description

The graphic shows the number of unidentified person cases published in NamUs, by state, as of February 1, 2017.

State Number of Unidentified Person Cases
Alabama 53
Alaska 57
Arizona 1,499
Arkansas 104
California 2,204
Colorado 68
Connecticut 31
Delaware 25
District of Columbia 20
Florida 857
Georgia 216
Hawaii 50
Idaho 22
Illinois 158
Indiana 55
Iowa 12
Kansas 24
Kentucky 52
Louisiana 141
Maine 13
Maryland 308
Massachusetts 136
Michigan 294
Minnesota 70
Mississippi 47
Missouri 87
Montana 15
Nebraska 3
Nevada 271
New Hampshire 7
New Jersey 367
New Mexico 108
New York 1,293
North Carolina 118
North Dakota 1
Ohio 99
Oklahoma 114
Oregon 143
Pennsylvania 118
Rhode Island 25
South Carolina 45
South Dakota 2
Tennessee 108
Texas 1,414
Utah 30
Vermont 7
Virginia 165
Washington 127
West Virginia 31
Wisconsin 49
Wyoming 8
   
U.S. Territories  
  • Guam
1
  • Puerto Rico
60
  • Saipan
0
  • Virgin Islands
1

Total Unidentified Person Cases

11,334