Police in Red Deer Alberta are asking the public to assist them in determining the identity of this man who passed away in Red Deer in August.

Red Deer RCMP look for public assistance to identify deceased male

Red Deer RCMP have released a sketch of a man they hope the public can help identify

Red Deer RCMP have released a sketch of a man who was located deceased in non-suspicious circumstances in a green space in Red Deer in August and are asking for public assistance to identify him.

RCMP responded to a report of a deceased male in a park area off downtown Red Deer the morning of Aug. 7, 2017, and determined that the death was not suspicious.

Despite pursuing numerous avenues over the past three and a half months, Red Deer RCMP have not been able to identify the deceased through fingerprints, medical and other records, through missing person reports or through contact with numerous local organizations and police detachments across the country.

“It’s a sad situation, as we know someone somewhere cares about this man,” says Staff Sergeant Rob Marsollier of the Red Deer RCMP.

“We’re asking the public to share this widely and help police in our attempts to notify his loved ones of his death in a respectful manner.”

The man is described as:

· Caucasian

· Between 30 – 45 years old

· 5’6” tall

· 143 lbs

· Brown hair

· A scar on his right cheek

· Chipped teeth

· Wearing three layers of t-shirts – a white one, a black one

over it, and a red one over top, blue jeans, black socks, shoes and

leather belt, and wearing black sunglasses

If you recognize this man, please contact the Red Deer RCMP at 403-343-5575.

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