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Santa Clara County Medical Examiner’s needs Public’s Help in Identifying a man

The Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who was found unresponsive in a San Jose parking lot in June. A passerby found the man, who is likely in his 20s, on June 19 at 7078 Indian Wells Court, according to Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Michele Jordan.

His right shoe was located about 70 feet away from his body and a royal blue jacket was found about 5 feet away, according to Jordan. The man may have been seen intoxicated on June 17 in the same location, according to Jordan, who said forensic attempts to identify the man have failed.

The medical examiner’s office did not release further information about why they have been unable to identify the man. Police are not currently investigating the man’s death, according to police spokesman Sgt. Enrique Garcia. He said police are only notified if the death is classified as a homicide.

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