Body of Man Found Along Chatsworth Bike Path: Coroner's Office Wants Your Help With ID
Brown's Creek Bike Bath.
A middle-aged man's body was found along a bike bath in Chatsworth, and coroner's officials are asking for your help with identification.
The find was made about 7:15 p.m. on June 23 near Devonshire Street and Canoga Avenue along the Brown's Creek Bike Path, according to our reading of a coroner's statement.
But so far, it appears, no one has come forward to claim the body or to say that a loved one with a similar description is missing. Here's what we do know about the man:
He's was white or Latino, older than 50, measured 6 feet tall, and weighed 174 pounds.
When the body was found there was no ID or wallet with it.
The mans wearing a black t-shirt, size 38 brown shorts, white sneakers, white briefs, white socks and a black belt.
Anyone who might know who he was should call coroner's investigators at 323-343-0714.
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