Do you know who he is?

Facial reconstruction used in bid to identify 15 unidentified remains, including man found in Delta

Do you know this man?

The RCMP tweeted out a photo today of the reconstructed face of a deceased man found in Delta in 1998 with information and a link to the www.canadasmissing.ca website.

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The website notes the RCMP recently partnered with the New York Academy of Art to reconstruct the faces of 15 Canadian unidentified remains.

“View the profiles, submit tips, and help us bring these people home,” the site states.

The body of the man found in Delta was recovered from the Fraser River on Aug. 3, 1998. He was estimated to be between 30- to 49-years-old.

“The man’s body was found in the south end of the Fraser Surrey Docks Ltd and it is estimated that he may have possibly died between October 1997 and April 1998,” the site states.

Click here to view the profile, which has contact details for anyone with information about the case.

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