CLEVELAND, Ohio — The important thing to figuring out a person whose physique was present in Lake Michigan two years in the past might lie in his Northeast Ohio-themed tattoos.
The physique was pulled from the lake close to Chicago’s Navy Pier on June 10, 2015, and bears tattoos that correspond with Cleveland, Akron, and Ohio State College, in line with Prepare dinner County’s unidentified individuals database.
The person is described as Asian and between 20 and 30 years of age. He was 5-ft-eight-inches and weighed 122 kilos, the database says.
Tattooed on the person’s left forearm was the define of the state of Ohio and the phrase “Cleveland 216.” Alongside it’s an Ohio State Buckeyes emblem, based on the database.
Additionally tattooed on the identical arm is the phrase “Rubber Metropolis Boy 330” in addition to a skyline.
The database lists a number of different tattoos on the person’s physique, together with “Forgive me of my sins” on his chest, “N.F.L.” and “Christ’s disciple” on his arms, a cross, an angel with wings, and the letter “M.”
The person was present in black additional-giant sweat pants and medium thermal underwear.
Investigators have already dominated out one Ohio man, in response to the Nationwide Lacking and Unidentified Individuals System.
Anybody with info ought to contact the Prepare dinner County Medical Examiner’s Workplace’s chief investigator at 312-666-0500.
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