Toronto Police hope tattoos will help ID body

Police released several photos in hopes of identifying a man found dead near Lansdowne subway...

Police released several photos in hopes of identifying a man found dead near Lansdowne subway station this week. (Toronto Police handout)

Toronto Sun

, Last Updated: 10:31 PM ET

TORONTO - Photos of a dead man's tattoos have been made public as Toronto Police attempt to identify him.

The man, believed to be 45-60 years old, was found dead near Lansdowne subway station on Wednesday. He was last seen alive in the area at 6:55 a.m.

Police also released an image of the man walking on a subway platform.

The man, who had no identification with him, had longer black hair and a full, greying beard. He was wearing a black, long-sleeved shirt, a red vest with white polka dots, dark blue jeans, black sandals and a beige fedora. He wore metal-rimmed sunglasses and was carrying a black portfolio bag.

One tattoo spelled out the word "Anger" and another one spelled out "Truth."

Anyone with information should call police at 416-808-1100.


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