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Clatsop law officers seek help in identifying body

 

September 27, 2018



The Clatsop County Medical Examiner in coordination with the Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office is seeking public assistance in identifying a man found in the Columbia River on September 21.

This man most likely was last seen in early September on the Washington side of the Columbia, JoAnn Giuliani, MD, Clatsop County Medical Examiner, said in a news release.

"We have no missing person reports that match this man’s description," she said. "We have no identification, keys, or any personal effects that could help us identify who this is. We hope that by putting this out there, that people could think to check on their neighbors or friends that may be missing."

Following is a description of the man:

--Approximately 60 year old male, unknown ethnicity;

--Height about 5-7, 160 lbs.;

--Dark hair five inches in length in the back, may have frontal balding;

--Brown eyes;

--No upper teeth (he may wear a plate);

--Distinctive salt and pepper beard—six inches in length and curly;

--No scars, tattoos, or jewelry, and

--Clothing in good condition; Patagonia dark blue/purple fleece pullover; women’s petite blue fleece vest Great NW brand; orange T-shirt and tie dye T-shirt medium Kirkland brand; Key brand work jeans; size 7 Denali brown hiking boots; brown with silver metal belt with a black “lighter leash” attached.

If anyone has any idea who this might be, they're asked to call the Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office at 503-325-8635.

 

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