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New Information on Unidentified Body

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The Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office is releasing additional information about a body found near the Phillips 66 Refinery on Tuesday morning. Investigators hope sharing the new information with the public will help them identify the man.

The man was either white or Native American and in his mid-twenties to late forties. He was about five-foot-nine and 165 pounds. The man was dressed in dark clothing, with a black leather belt, and black work boots. He also had a Timex watch with a broken metal band. He had all his teeth, but did have some dental work. He also had all five toes on his right foot and the big toe on his left foot surgically removed.

Sheriff Mike Linder says the man does not match any reported missing person cases in the area. Anyone with information that could help investigators is asked to call the Sheriff's Office at 256-2929.

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