Public asked to help identify body found on Baker
By Adam Martin, Bay City News
February 17, 2006
SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) -- The San Francisco medical examiner's
office is calling on the public to help identify a man whose body
was found on Baker Beach Thursday.
A man walking his dog on the beach discovered the body around
6:45 a.m., according to Chief Investigator Alan Pringle. The body
was lying at the water's edge.
The dead man is described as a white man, about 20-30 years old,
5 feet 11 inches tall and 185 pounds, with blue eyes and brown
hair. He was dressed in a T-shirt with a picture of an American
eagle on it and the word "vegetables.'' He also had on white,
cotton socks but no pants or underwear, Pringle said.
The dead man has multiple piercings in both ears, but no tattoos.
Inspectors found no identification on him, Pringle said.
Any questions or information about this case can be directed
to the medical examiner's office at (415) 553-1694.
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