By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There was a memorial service held Thursday for the child known as “The Boy in the Box.” Sixty-four years after his beaten, scarred body was found stuffed in a box in Fox Chase, his identity and that of his killer are still a mystery.

On Thursday at Ivy Hill Cemetery, where there is no name on his grave marker, there was a memorial with a powerful message.

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He will not be forgotten.

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“Through hard work, investigational good luck and effort through science and the grace of God, we will put a name on that memorial,” Dr. Michael Rieders, chief science officer of The Vidocq Society, said.

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The Boy in the Box is the oldest unsolved murder in the Philadelphia Police Department’s history.