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Police release facial reconstruction of man whose remains were found in 2012

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The man was wearing camel Timberland boots size 91/2, a John Blaze jacket sized 3XL that had the following lettering around the hood 'Cash Rules Everything Around Me' and red and bluer Bugle Boy basketball shorts size 2XL. The man was wearing camel Timberland boots size 91/2, a John Blaze jacket sized 3XL that had the following lettering around the hood 'Cash Rules Everything Around Me' and red and bluer Bugle Boy basketball shorts size 2XL.
ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SC -

The Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office has released a facial reconstruction of a male whose remains were found on January 28, 2012 in a wooded area off Five Chop Road, Orangeburg.

According to police, they recently updated the age of the male to 15-21 years old and investigators say the man had a pierced right earlobe.  The man was wearing camel Timberland boots size 91/2, a John Blaze jacket sized 3XL that had the following lettering around the hood 'Cash Rules Everything Around Me' and red and bluer Bugle Boy basketball shorts size 2XL.

Police are hopeful through the facial reconstruction someone will recognize him.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Investigations at 803-534-3550 or CrimeStoppers at 888-CRIME-SC.

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