Saturday , April 17 2021

The DPP released the person for reconstruction of the man found dead in 2017



The provincial police in Ontario has published a sketch to reconstruct the face of a man found dead at the shores of the Otawa River two years ago.

The partially disintegrated human body was discovered at a property in Wendover, Ont, about 50km northeast of the center of Ottawa, in April 2017.

Police originally said the man was between 40 and 50, but now they believe he was between 50 and 75 years old during his death.

They say that he is between five meters three and five meters nine, weighing about 167 pounds, and has slim hair and a small amount of brown or gray hair on the back of his head.

The provincial provincial police say he wore these items when he found his body in Wendover, Ont., In 2017. (OPP)

Police say that the man is wearing this shirt, viewed from the back (left) and from the front (right). (OPP)

Police say the man was wearing:

  • Black terrain shoes, size 11, with a characteristic fluorescent yellow-green sole and tongue.
  • Masked olive-green park with two large pockets.
  • Medium brown sweater with a patent on the neck.
  • Blue shirt with long sleeves, medium size, embroidered with a skull of sheep, two pistols and the word "Blazejdejl".
  • Extra-big beige shirt with the word "Alife" on the front and "Straight white garbage" on the back.
  • Long glove, extra-gray gray "underwear" with two breast pockets.
  • Black nylon track pants with two-tone gray strip on the side of the leg.
  • White long underwear with thick woolen stockings.

Anyone with information may call POM 1-888-310-1122 or Crimping agents anonymously at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

The DPO and the coroner's office continue to investigate the death of man.


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