Ontario's provincial police dropped a sketch for the reconstruction of a man dead on the bank of the Ottawa River two years ago.
The partially decomposed body of the man was found on a property in Wendover, about 50 kilometers northeast of the center of Ottawa, in April 2017.
Initially, the police said the man was between the ages of 40 and 50, but now they think he was between the ages of 50 and 75 at the time of his death.
They say he was between five feet and three and five and nine nine, weighed approximately 167 pounds and had a jaw on his face and a small amount of brown or gray hair at the back of his head.
Police say the man was wearing:
- Black Airwalk sneakers, size 11, with distinctive fluorescent yellow-green sole and tongue.
- Aluminum green coat with two large pockets.
- Medium brown sweater with neck zipper.
- Blue shirt with long sleeves, medium in size, sheep-decorated skull, two weapons and the word "Blaisedale".
- Extra-large beige t-shirt with the word "Alife" on the front and "Straight white trash" on the back.
- Long sleeves, very large gray "two-piece" underwear.
- Black nylon pants with two-color gray stripe to the sides.
- White long underwear with thick woolen chest stockings.
Anyone who has the information can call the OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or the crime misuse anonymously at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
OPP and the investigator's office continue to investigate the death of the man.