Tucson Police Release Images Of Tattoos, Hope To Identify Victim

Tucson Police detectives have released images of several identifiable tattoos on the legs of an unknown deceased male in the hopes of discovery his identity.

According to the Tucson Police Department, the man, “believed to be Hispanic or Native American, has an Arizona Wildcat tattoo on his right shin with the words “Love It” underneath. The letters “TUC” were located on his left shin with the words “Hate It” underneath.”

Anyone with information about the incident or the possible identity of the unknown male is asked to call 88-CRIME. You can remain anonymous.

The body of the man was found on August 14, 2019, shortly before 9:30 a.m., when officers were dispatched to a ranch in the 12900 block of S. Old Nogales Highway. A ranch employee had called 911 indicating human remains were found in a large undeveloped desert area of the property.

Gang Unit Detectives to continue the investigation.

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