Police plan to cremate four bodies being held at the Maui County morgue unless relatives or friends step forward to claim the remains.
The unclaimed remains are of:
* Robin Ray Landsness, 51, who is described as 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighing 193 pounds. He has blue eyes and red hair. Landsness has tattoos of a spider web on his upper right arm, "Jesse" on his left anterior forearm and "Jess" on his back neck area. He died Dec. 9.
* Christine Boyd, 60, who is described as 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing 152 pounds. She has blue eyes and brown hair. She died Dec. 13.
* Roselie Miller, 51, who is described as 4 feet 11 inches tall and weighing 105 pounds. She has brown eyes and black hair and has a tattoo of flowers encircling her right ankle. She died Dec. 24.
* Richard Len Anglin, 48, who is described as 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighing 203 pounds. He has blue eyes and gray and brown hair. He has a 1.2-inch vertical, well-healed scar on his midabdomen and a 4.3-inch scar on his scalp extending from left to right. He died Jan. 5.
Landsness, Boyd and Anglin died in unattended deaths. Police are working through the Philippine consulate to try to locate family members of Miller, who died in a traffic collision in Lahaina.
If the remains aren't claimed by relatives, friends, representatives of a fraternal society that the dead person belonged to or any other legal party, the bodies will be cremated within 90 days or shortly afterward, police said.
Anyone wishing to claim any of the remains may call police Capt. John Kaupalolo at 244-6435.