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Bartelle's uncle, Alexandre Grendene Bartelle, a Brazilian businessman and billionaire, co-founded Grendene, the world's largest manufacturer of sandals, with his brother, Pedro Grendene Bartelle, in 1971.His nephew is currently the president of Vulcabras-Azaleia, the third largest footwear company in domestic market and in Latin America, only after Brazilians Alpargatas and his uncle's company, Grendene.Of the thousands of people murdered every year in the United States, some remain unidentified.Many victims are not identified for years or even decades after they were killed—as in the case of Tammy Jo Alexander, who was murdered in 1979 and remained unidentified until 2015.The child seen alive appeared to be neglected and could have suffered abuse, as she had visual damage to one of her eyes.On August 20, 1979, the skeletal remains of a man were found in Tok, Alaska.She was also presumed to have been "abused and malnourished" while alive and the death is presumed to be murder.Her height, weight and eye color could not be determined because of the state of her remains. The victim has since been reconstructed by the FBI Victims Identification Project and currently has her DNA being processed to compare to potential matches.

The skull of a girl of African heritage was discovered on January 28, 2012 in Opelika, Alabama and several other bones were also recovered.

The victim apparently hitchhiked to Alaska in 1978 with another man and was then murdered by his companion.

He was 6 feet tall, weighed about 185 pounds, and was less than 40 years old when he was killed. He wore a leather eye patch, which may play a role in his future identification.

She wore tennis shoes, knitted blue pants, a long-sleeved blue shirt, and white undergarments.

It is possible that she was fishing at the area and was killed at the scene, as a disturbance of the earth was found at the location.