The Atlantic City Police Department is asking for your help identifying the body of a man pulled from the the ocean on October 15, 2019.

At 12:27 pm, patrol officers responded to the beach off of Pacific Avenue for the discovery of a body. Officers located the body of a man that was stuck in the jetty in the ocean. The Atlantic City Fire Department responded to the scene and worked for several hours to remove the man.

The Atlantic City Police Department in cooperation with the Southern Regional Medical Examiner’s Office have been actively working to identify the man, but have been unable to do so. Fingerprint analysis has proven to be inconclusive.

In an effort to obtain a positive identification so that his loved ones can be notified, police are releasing this information about the man.

-Adult male
-Light skin (unknown race or ethnicity)
-over 40 years of age
-5 feet 3 inches tall
-150 pounds with a lean build
-No teeth (has not had them for a period of time)
-Eight inch vertical scar on stomach
-Wearing a size small Comme Ca ISM Foxes Co. LTD short-sleeve collared button down shirt with tan vertical pinstripes

This incident is being investigated by detectives of the Special Victims Unit. If you have any information about the identity of the man, contact the Atlantic City Police Department Criminal Investigations Section at 609-347-5766.

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