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Elderly Man Found Deceased; Your Help Is Needed To Identify Him

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OFFICAL PRESS RELEASE FROM STEVENS COUNTY: The Stevens County Sheriff's Office is asking for help to identify an elderly male who was found deceased on 02/13/2013.

The male was located on a mountain east of Addy, Washington by a citizen who was hiking in the area.  The male is thought to be transient and had no identification with him. 

He is approximately 6' 4" to 6' 5" and weighed approximately 128 lbs. He had salt and pepper long hair that was pulled back in a pony tail at the time and a long beard. The male has brown eyes and a mole above the right eye on the eye lid.

 The death does not appear to be criminal in nature. Anyone with information as to the identity of this man is asked to contact the Stevens County Sheriff's Office at 509-684-5296 or 509-684-2555

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