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Public’s help needed in identifying remains discovered in Missouri River

OMAHA, Nebraska – — The Mills County Sheriff’s Office is seeking assistance in identifying the remains of a man discovered on April 23 in the Missouri River.

Authorities say his remains were discovered just north of the bridge between Nebraska and Iowa along Highway 370.

When his body was discovered, he was wearing dark slacks and briefs.

The Iowa Office of the State Medical Examiner assisted in the identification of the following tattoos on his body:

On the right side of his back was a big skull/face.
A skull with ram-like horns and a beard on his left shoulder blade.
On his right calf is a pattern that may have once shown an animal, as teeth/fangs are likely visible.
Multiple curved points, possibly representing flames, located on his right shoulder blade.
A red geometric figure on his right chest side
On his right foot is a big geometric figure resembling a compass or a star with four pints and a face in the center.
Images of individuals Visible faces are positioned on his right shoulder.
A significant red geometric form. On his right side, there was a long red line with a red ring at the top.

If you know of a missing person with tattoos matching these characteristics, please contact the Mills County Sheriff’s Office at (712) 527-4337. Case #22-006358; Deputy Buttercase or Chief Deputy England.

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