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Spokane County Medical Examiner's Office asking for help identifying man found in Spokane River

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An artist's rendering of what the man looks like An artist's rendering of what the man looks like
SPOKANE, Wash. -

The Spokane County Medical Examiner's Office is hoping you can help them identify the body found in the Spokane River on June 4, 2016. 

The body of the man was found near 2209 W. Falls Ave., just west of the Maple Street Bridge. The Medical Examiner's Office says the man is bald, about 147 pounds with a gray moustache and beard. They say he has a tattoo on his left should that appears to be the name "Judy." 

Clothing and personal items found on the man were: 

  • A yellow polo shirt. The shirt tag indicates “CLUB ROOM” brand and “XL” size.
  • A teeshirt with black logo depicting a shaving brush and a shaving cream mug, and the inscription “NEXT PLEASE….”
  • Blue denim jeans. An orange cloth belt with double-“D” metal buckle. The jeans are “WRANGLER” brand, “RELAXED FIT,” size “36x34.”
  • Blue swim trunks/sport shorts are worn beneath the jeans.
  • Black hiking-style “SKETCHERS” sport brand shoes. The shoes have silver and dark grey trim. The shoes are “US SIZE 10, EUROPE SIZE 43.”
  • A black “COREFLEX XL” knee brace is worn on the right leg.
  • There is a keychain clip with attached small plastic flashlight. There are no keys

The Medical Examiner's Office also released a color artist's rendering of the individual. 

If you know anything, or recognize him, please call the Spokane County Medical Examiner's Office at 509-477-2296. 

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