Police seek help identifying body found in West Sacramento

Police seek help identifying body found in West SacramentoPolice seek help identifying body found in West Sacramento
via Yolo County Sheriff’s Office
Carl Samson
29 days ago
Officials in Northern California’s Yolo County are asking for help in identifying a man found dead last week.
Where he was found: The deceased body was located on a grassy trail adjacent to the Union Pacific Railroad tracks near Yolo Street in West Sacramento on April 16.
What he looked like: The remains appeared to belong to an Asian man in his 70s. He was approximately 5 feet (152.4 centimeters) tall and 108 pounds (about 49 kilograms) with brown eyes and short gray hair.
What he wore: The man wore a red short-sleeved polo shirt, a pair of cutoff jeans and a white metal bracelet around his left wrist.
Other details: The man had a receipt from a Taco Bell in downtown Sacramento. The Yolo County Sheriff’s Office shared a photo of the man in the Taco Bell, as well as a rendering of his appearance after he was found.
What to do: Anyone with information on the identity of the man is asked to contact the sheriff’s office at (530) 668-5280.
 
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