The Coroners Service has released an interactive map that shows over 200 unsolved cases of Unidentified Human Remains in B.C.\nThe map pinpoints places where human remains have been found and shares information such as the sex, race, date found, hair colour, age estimate, and height estimate of the individuals.\nEditor's Choice: 'Gorilla Glue Girl' Might Be Getting Help From A Plastic Surgeon To Fix Her Hair\n\nCan you help? You may have a piece of missing info to bring closure to families searching for a loved one.200 unsolved Unidentified Human Remains cases in BC. BC Coroners Service has an interactive viewer about these cases. See interactive viewer here... https://t.co/f5IqoIdxcS pic.twitter.com/4w8TVJ4brR— BC Crime Stoppers (@FightCrimeBC) February 5, 2021\n\nThe reason for this map’s existence in the public space is that the B.C. Coroners Service and RCMP are looking for public assistance in identifying the human remains.\n“There are currently just under 200 unsolved UHR cases in the Province of British Columbia,” writes the Coroners Service.\n“If you have any information regarding any of the investigations displayed” they are asking that you get in contact right away.\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Coroners Service\n \n \n \n"You may have a piece of missing info to bring closure to families searching for a loved one," said Crime Stoppers in a Twitter post. \nYou may recall a few cases of human feet washing up on the shore in Vancouver. \nThose types of situations are just one example of the sort of mysterious circumstances depicted on this map that need answers.