Toronto police are trying to identify a man whose body was located in Scarborough last month.
Police found the man on Sept. 13 in the Markham Road and Finch Avenue East and he may not be a resident of Toronto. He could be from the United States or the United Kingdom.
The man is described as white, between 55 and 75-years-old, with red or strawberry blond hair which was turning white and balding. He had a mustache and a soul patch. He had a partial dental plate (denture) replacing his upper front teeth.
He was wearing a black hooded “Point Zero” jacket, a blue/white striped long sleeved shirt from H&M, straight cut “GAP-1969″ blue jeans, a leather belt with rectangular silver-coloured buckle, and neon green/black “Under Armour” running shoes.
Police say the shoes were produced in 2012 and were sold only in the USA, and show minimal to no wear on the soles.
He had Canadian coins as well as a British 20-pence piece with him, a black gym bag with white writing, an orange “BIC” lighter and empty package cigarettes, squash balls (double yellow dots – advanced play balls), razor blade handle (disposable), a bottle of “Polo” aftershave (green with red horse and rider), according to police.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.