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Coroner Seeks Public’s Help In Identifying Man Found In Chatsworth

khts_crime_genericThe County of Los Angeles Department of Coroner is seeking the public’s help with the identification of an unidentified male. He appears to be Caucasian or Hispanic with an estimated age range of 50+ years.

 

 

He is approximately 6 feet tall and weighs 174 pounds. On June 23, 2011 at approximately 7:15 pm the decedent was found unresponsive along a bicycle path near Devonshire Street, south of Canoga Avenue in Chatsworth.  No wallet or identification papers were found with him.


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Facial photo available for viewing at Coroner.

He was wearing a black T-shirt of unknown size; brown shorts in size 38; white sneakers in an unknown size; white briefs in an unknown size; white socks and a black belt. He was not wearing any jewelry and he has no scars or tattoos.

Anyone with information is asked to please contact Inv. Daniel Machian at the Los Angeles County Coroner Identifications Unit at (323) 343-0754 or the Coroner Investigations Division at (323) 343-0714 (24-hours). Refer to Coroner Case #2011-04228, John Doe #77.

 

Coroner Seeks Public’s Help In Identifying Man Found In Chatsworth

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