TARLEE BODY MYSTERY: POLICE SEEK PUBLIC HELP TO IDENTIFY YOUNG MAN – Thursday May 29 2014

– A body found at a property north-east of Adelaide has not been identified and police are appealing for the public’s help.
The body of a young man aged between about 15 and 25 was found at a property in Wild Dog Hill Road about 5:00pm last Monday.
Police say the evidence at this time points to a suicide and they have ruled out the person having any connection with the property.
He has brown, collar-length hair, weighed 50 kilograms and is 167 centimetres tall.
Police have displayed items the young man was wearing, including a Tweed River (Big W brand) blue long sleeved T-shirt, with grey trim on the V-neck collar.
He was in a Matchit brand (Big W) size 14, grey fleecy track pants and blue Wave Zone (Big W) gym shoes.
Police say the left shoe had a blue shoe lace and the right shoe a white one.
A red and black nylon backpack also was found.
Police have information about a possible sighting of the young man at Tarlee about 6:00pm on Saturday April 26.
Detective Inspector Greg Hutchins hopes someone can provide the breakthrough police need.
“The fact there was no identification, a backpack, some clothing and a few items in the backpack, a water bottle, a teaspoon, chocolate bars, I think you’d agree it’s unusual,” he said – ABC

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