Found in an inlet channel of the Colorado River, approximately 22 miles north of Blythe, CA
Adult: It is believed that this man was between 25 and 35 years of age.
Estimated Time Since Death:
He had been in the water for two to four days.
Hair / Eyes:
He had black hair and brown eyes.
Worn long down the neck, about 7 to 9 inches long.
Height / Weight:
He was measured at 5 feet, 9 1/2 inches (69 inches) and about 165 pounds.
Features or distinguishing marks:
Due to the time in the water, no scars, tattoos, or disfigurements could be found. He had a black mustache.
He was wearing brown high top work boots, green camouflage pants, and a white T-shirt with the Corona beer label on it. He did not have any jewelry or identification with him.
He was found floating face down in a small channel off of the Colorado River. He was fully dressed and it is not known how he entered the water. No signs of violence were found and his death is attributed to drowning. No family has come forth to inquire about him.