Police issue photos in hopes of identifying bodies
Montreal police issued these images of two dead men in hopes that someone would identify them. (Montreal police handout)
Published Saturday, February 15, 2014 11:04PM EST
Montreal police have issued a series of photos in hopes that they will help identify bodies discovered in the city.
One of the those bodies was found on October 22 in Rivieres des Praires–Pointe aux Trembles and features a tattoo on the right calf that reads iCHEL.
The unidentified man stood 5’9” (1.74m), had brown hair, brown eyes, mustache and beard. He was described as being thin.
He also had a dragon tattooed onto his right arm and a spider tattooed on his calf. He was wearing a Ralph Lauren hoodie when found dead.
Police also issued photos of the faces of two other unidentified men but did not release details concerning those bodies.
Other photos can be seen here.
Anybody with information is asked to call police at 911.
The dead man had the letters iCHEL tattooed onto a calf. (Police handout)