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No foul play in trail death of still unidentified man: police

Durham Police yesterday said no foul play is suspected in the death of an elderly male who was located on a walking trail in Clarington.

Police are seeking public assistance to identify the deceased.

On Monday, June 17 at about 8:40 pm, members of East Division responded to a check on well being call in the area of Cobbledick Road and Fairway Drive.

An elderly male was located on the Samuel Wilmot Nature Trail without vital signs. The male was found alone and had no identification on him. Police have been unable to determine the male’s identity or locate possible next of kin.

They described the deceased as: White, 70-80 years-old, 6’ tall, approximately 175 lbs, with a medium build, balding short white hair (brush cut), and a full white beard. He was wearing dark glasses, a blue/brown/grey/orange plaid button up short sleeve shirt, khaki cargo shorts, a leather belt, and brown walking shoes. The male has distinguishing patches of pigmented skin (vitiligo) on both his right and left hand, as well as his right and left feet.

Anyone who may know this male or that has any information about this incident is asked to contact Det. Gordon of the East Division Criminal Investigations Branch at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 1615.

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Help identify senior found at trail in medical distress

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