Unidentified man's body pulled from Willamette River
PORTLAND, Ore. —
The Multnomah County Medical Examiner's Office says are working to identify a man whose body was pulled from the Willamette River earlier this month.
The body was pulled from the river last Friday, Feb. 2. Officials say the man appears to be black, but could be of mixed ethnicity. He's about 30 or 40 years old, weighing 186 pounds and 6'0". He was wearing a black denim jacket with a patch for the Weyland-Yutani Corporation, a gray/brown striped vest, a gray tank top, dark-colored jeans and Harley Davidson engineer-style boots.
He has several tattoos, including a teddy bear on his right upper arm, a wing tattoo on both inner forearms, a vampire tattoo on his left upper arm and other tattoos on his back.
The Medical Examiner's Office is requesting the public no longer call them about identifying the body.