California Police Department Ask For Public’s Help With Identifying Man Who Left Human Remains On Police Station Counter

On Thursday, February 2nd, a man entered a police department in San Bernardino, California, emptied a bag of animal remains and what appeared to be a human jaw on the front counter, and left. “It was unclear at the time if the remains were real,” officials said in a statement. The coroner’s office later confirmed that the jaw bone was indeed human, but was not able to determine who it belonged to or where it came from, Law And Crime reported.

After being unsuccessful in finding the unidentified man, the San Bernardino Police Department issued an “Attempt to Identify,” and posted a photo of the man on their Twitter page, along with a description. The man is described as a Hispanic male and is estimated to be 30-35 years of age, around 5 feet and seven inches tall, and near 160 pounds.

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