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Coroner Attempting to Identify Man Found in Silo in Shafter

Coroner Attempting to Identify Man Found in Silo in Shafter

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SHAFTER, Calif. – The Kern County Sheriff’s Coroner is asking for the public’s help to identify a deceased male subject.

“John Doe” was located on June 5, 2019, at around 9:00 a.m. in a silo located ¾ of a mile west of Zerker Road and two miles north of Seventh Standard Road, in Shafter. The body was found by farm workers who were attempting to pull gypsum out of the silo. The body was discovered when the silo was plugged.

The Caucasian or Hispanic man was wearing a dark colored “Volcom” brand t-shirt size large, red “Adidas” brand athletic shorts with a black stripes size medium, white ankle socks, and a white metal chain necklace. He is between 18-30 years old, with a neatly groomed mustache and goatee. His hair is brown, medium length, and wavy. He is 5’10” tall and weighs 161.

If you can help identify John Doe or have any information on this case, please contact the Kern County Sheriff’s Office Coroner Section at (661) 868-0119 or the investigating agency, Shafter Police Department at (661) 746-8500, and request Detective Phil Yoshikawa.

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