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OKC Police Try To Identify Man Who Died 30 Years Ago

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The OSBI created a reconstruction of a man found dead in 1981. Police are hoping someone with recognize the reconstruction so they can identify the body. The OSBI created a reconstruction of a man found dead in 1981. Police are hoping someone with recognize the reconstruction so they can identify the body.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Oklahoma City police and the State Medical Examiner's Office are hoping the public can help them identify a man whose body was found in 1981.

Police say the man was not the victim of a homicide. They are simply hoping to learn who the man was so they can contact his family. His body was found on February 18, 1981, in the 100 block of N. Bath in northeast Oklahoma City.

Police are not saying how he died.

Harvey Pratt with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation created a reconstruction of what the man may have looked like. Police are asking people to take a close look at the reconstruction. If you know who the man is, contact the medical examiner's office at (405) 239-7141.

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