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Edmond Police Release Picture Of Homicide Victim, Seek Public's Help

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Police believe the victim, pictured here, was using one of the following names: Leopoldo Mejia, Jose Mejia-Serrano, 35, or Jose Ramirez, 50. Police believe the victim, pictured here, was using one of the following names: Leopoldo Mejia, Jose Mejia-Serrano, 35, or Jose Ramirez, 50.
The victim had a very unique upper dental plate in his mouth, including a gold star and gold trim. The victim had a very unique upper dental plate in his mouth, including a gold star and gold trim.
EDMOND, Oklahoma -

The Edmond Police Department is seeking help from the public in a homicide investigation.

Police say the body of a Hispanic man was found on I-35, between Danforth and Covell in Edmond Saturday, December 1.

12/1/2012 Related Story: Edmond Police Investigate Third Homicide Of The Year

Detectives believe the man was possibly working for a roofing company in the Oklahoma City area. The victim had a very unique upper dental plate in his mouth, including a gold star and gold trim.

Police say the victim was 5'03" and weighed approximately 135 lbs. They believe he was using one of the following names: Leopoldo Mejia, Jose Mejia-Serrano, 35, or Jose Ramirez, 50.

If anyone was driving in the area of I-35 between the Danforth and Covell exits in Edmond, between the times of 1 a.m. and 4:30 a.m. on December 1 and remembers seeing any vehicles or persons on the side of the road, contact the Edmond Police Department Crime Stoppers line at (405) 359-4466 or the Text-a-Tip line at (405) 625-TEXT (8398). You could be eligible for a reward.

If you recognize the victim or can provide any other assistance with this investigation, contact the Edmond Police Department.

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