Gonzales police seeking help to identify body
GONZALES – Police are asking for help to identify a man’s body found Saturday in Gonzales.
The Gonzales Police Department said they received a call Saturday morning about a body found on the south side of Edenborne Parkway. Police said it appears someone dumped the body at that location.
Gonzales Police public information officer Charlotte Guedry said the man appears to be in his mid to late 50s, has salt and pepper hair, a goatee beard and tattoos on both biceps.
“We are asking that anyone who may have information as to this man’s identity, or may have seen anything suspicious in that area, please contact Detective Sergeant Steven Nethken by calling 225-647-9537,” Guedry said.
Gonzales Police said anyone with information can also use an anonymous tip form at the Gonzales Police Department website.
Investigators are currently treating the case as a homicide.
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