Authorities seeking assistance in identifying man found dead in Scioto River in 2007

Artist's rendering of man whose body was found in the Scioto River in 2007. (Ohio BCI)

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Authorities are asking for help in identifying a man whose body was found in 2007.

According to the Ohio Attorney General's Bureau of Criminal Investigation, the man's body was recovered on May 30, 2007 after being found in the Scioto River off of State Route 30 near the City of Columbus Dublin Road Water Treatment Facility.

Authorities say he was believed to have been deceased for several weeks prior to his discovery.

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Ohio's BCI released renderings made by a forensic artist to help identify the man.

According to authorities, the man is believed to be between 25 to 40 years old, 5'7"-5'10" and 125 to 145 pounds.

The man has a 1-inch healed scar on the right side of his forehead, has had no dental work and his front teeth appear to overlap. He has no tattoos and no signs of previous surgeries.

The man was found wearing a gray “Career Club” long sleeve button up shirt, tan “LL Bean” pants (women’s size 8), and a brown “Earth Shoe” (size 10). Photos of the clothing can be seen here.

Anyone with any information on this case is asked to call Ohio BCI's Criminal Intelligence Unit at (740) 845-2406 or the Franklin County Coroner's Office at (614) 525-5290.