Investigators are still trying to identify the human remains found in a Sudbury creek a week ago Saturday. Police have released a picture of a hooded sweater the man was wearing with the hope someone may recognize the clothing.
The sweater has images of wolves on both sleeves and Moose FM has posted this image on our websites. The human remains belong to a First Nation man who was 30 to 50 years old.
He was about five feet, five inches in height and weighed 160 pounds. His hair was shoulder length and he was missing some upper teeth.
The coroner remains in charge of the case and anyone who can help is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. It’s believed the body was in the creek over the winter.