Police Seek Help Solving Mystery of Body Found on Bike Trail

The remains of a man were found on a bike path in Montebello in July

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    Police hope that this sketch will identify a man whose body was found on a Montebello, Calif., bike trail. He's believed to be white or Hispanic, between 35 and 55 years old, with a partial denture at the back of his lower right jaw.

    Police on Thursday sought the public's help to identify a man whose body was found on a bike trail in Montebello in July.

    He's believed to be white or Hispanic, between 35 and 55 years old, with a partial denture at the back of his lower right jaw.

    Human Remains Found on Bike Path in Montebello

    [LA] Human Remains Found on Bike Path in Montebello
    Homicide detectives with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department responded to a bike path along Lincoln Avenue in Montebello Wednesday afternoon to investigate the discovery of human remains. Detectives confirmed the remains were found by a cyclist, and have been there for some time. Tena Ezzeddine reports from Montebello for the NBC4 News at 6 p.m. on July 31, 2013. (Published Wednesday, Jul 31, 2013)

    No identifying papers were found with him, authorities said.

    Homicide detectives with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department responded to a bike path along Lincoln Avenue in Montebello to investigate the discovery of human remains.

    Detectives confirmed the remains were found by a cyclist, and had been there for some time.

    Anyone with information about John Doe No. 152 is urged to call the L.A. County Coroner Identifications Unit at (323) 343-0754 or the Coroner Investigations Division at (323) 343-0714.

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