Police seek ID of body found near restaurant

HUBBARD — Police and the Trumbull County Coroner’s Office are working to identify the man found behind Rhonda’s Emerald Diner on North Main Street.

The man was found in the tree line, near the antique train cars.

Workers in the area have told police the man has been in the area for the last couple of days and was last seen alive at 4 p.m. Monday, according to Hubbard detective Sgt. Michael Banic.

The man did not have any identification on him, only a Greyhound bus ticket from Stockton, California, to Youngstown, according to Banic.

There is no indication of foul play.

He is described as a white male in his 40s, brown hair, and was wearing an Adidas hat, a tan zip up hooded shirt, “Bumble” Abominable snowman pajamas, and tan boots. He has a tattoo across his mid-torso, “Power of God.”

Anyone who can provide identification should call Banic at 330-534-6286 or the Trumbull County dispatch center at 330-675-2730.



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