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JOHNSTON COUNTY, OK - A forensic artist puts a face with the body of an unidentified man found in Johnston County over a decade ago.
The Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation is hoping someone will recognize the face shown.
OSBI said his body was found in Johnston County on July 8, 2002.
No cause of death has been determined.
The body is said to be a middle-aged hispanic man, with a slight build.
He was wearing Levi's jeans and a size 6.5 Adidas shoe.
If this face looks familiar to you contact OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.