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Pasco officials seek public's help in identifying dead man

HOLIDAY — A man was found dead June 3 at a home in Holiday, the victim of an apparent overdose. He didn't have any identification on him. No one in the house at 3314 Garfield Drive could identify him.

Authorities are hoping someone out there can.

The Pasco County Sheriff's Office has prepared this composite sketch of the man, in the hopes of identifying him so his next of kin may be notified.

The man was 5-feet-6, 148 pounds, with brown hair and long, wavy black hair. Deputies believe he was between 18 and 25 years old.

He had a New York Yankees tattoo inside his right forearm, as well as one piercing on his right eyebrow and two piercings on the left side of his bottom lip.

He had multiple scars on the inside of left wrist, which appear to be self-inflicted, authorities said.

Anyone with information that can lead to identifying this individual should call the Pasco Sheriff's Office's tips line at 1-800-706-2488.

Pasco officials seek public's help in identifying dead man 06/17/10 [Last modified: Thursday, June 17, 2010 5:54pm]
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