Police Release Photos To Help Identify Wheaton Park Homicide Victim

Montgomery County police are asking the public’s help in identifying a body found in Wheaton Regional Park on Sept. 5. Police on Friday released photos of the victim’s clothing and personal items that were recovered from his body.

On Thursday, the county State’s Attorney’s Office confirmed the death was the result of gang activity.

According to a police statement, investigators believe the victim was a Hispanic male, who was about 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighed about 126 pounds. He had short, dark brown hair. He had a missing lower tooth that may have been evident when he was speaking or smiling, police said.

He may have been killed between December 2016 and March 2017 and that he was possibly from Annapolis, police said.

He was wearing a men’s size large, gray sweatshirt, with the words, “First United Methodist Church Laurel” written on the left chest of the sweatshirt.

Under the sweatshirt, he was wearing a men’s size large, gray, hooded, long-sleeve shirt. The brand was American Eagle.

He was wearing men’s size medium, black sweatpants. The brand was Adam Levine.

Under the sweatpants he was wearing men’s size large blue, athletic shorts with the number “19” on the left side of the shorts.

 

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