The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and the Logan County Sheriff's office have collected more information on the identity of the burned body found in Logan County Friday.
Investigators said the victim's age would be 20s to early 30s. Their height would be around 5' 8", but the weight is unknown. The victim had a tattoo on the right shoulder of a bull's skull and the seal of the Cherokee Nation on the upper right chest. It is assumed the victim is American Indian, but the skin may have been a lighter shade.
The body was discovered by crews battling a grass fire just south of County Road 75 and Hiwassee Rd.
If you have information on the victim's identity, contact the Logan County Sheriff's office, 216 S. Broad St., Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044, at (405)260-3203.