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Last Updated: Thursday, 11 October 2007, 18:48 GMT 19:48 UK
Computer image to help body probe
Computer image of the dead man's face
The man remains unidentified after more than two months
Police in Kent are still trying to trace the family of an unidentified man whose body was discovered by a railway viaduct more than two months ago.

A computer-generated image of the man's face has been released to help the appeal to find his next of kin.

He was white, of slim build, 5ft 8in tall, with collar-length brown hair and a goatee-style beard and moustache.

The body was found in Bradstone Road, Folkestone, on 1 August. The death is not thought to have been suspicious.

Det Insp Hayley Spedding said: "Our main concern is that this man has family and friends somewhere who might not realise what has happened.

"Therefore we would like to identify him so that we can make arrangements to locate and inform his next of kin."

He was wearing navy blue shorts, white socks and a pair of size 10 white Reebok trainers with a dark red trim.


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