A John Doe victim was found drowned in the Kanawha River on April 19th with the below tattoo on his left arm.
West Virginia police have released the image, noting it's not the actual one but practically identical in hopes someone may recognize this and ID the dead man.
They say the large Virgin Mary tat is specifically 'Our Lady of Guadalupe' and done with black ink. It extends from John Doe's shoulder to his elbow.
A crucifix was also found in one of his pants pockets.
No other form of identification was found on the body of a "6-foot tall" unknown male of indeterminate age pulled from the water on Thursday.
His remains were retrieved in the vicinity of River Avenue and McDonald Street in South Charleston.
Anyone who thinks they can identify the John Doe found drowned this week by his distinctive tattoo is asked to call the South Charleston Police Department at (304) 744-5951.
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