Investigators in a New Jersey community need help identifying a man found in a 55-galloon steel drum dumped in the ravine of a private property more than 20 years ago.
The two-decades old cold case has produced a sketch of the man recovered on a Marlboro residence in April 2002, prosecutors in Monmouth County said.
A family living on the property discovered the steel drum on April 19 and notified local police a short time later. By the end of the month, officials opened the drum, welded shut, to discover the man’s body inside.
Monmouth officials said the body had significantly decomposed, and no wallet or
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