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The clay model facial reconstruction of an unidentified man whose skeletal remains were found in Marion County, Ohio in 1989. (Photo: Courtesy of the Ohio Attorney General's Office)

The facial reconstruction of a man whose skeletal remains were found more than 27 years ago were released Wednesday, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Marion County Sheriff Tim Bailey announced.

The clay model was created by a forensic artist with the Attorney General's Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) in an effort to help Marion County authorities identify the man.

The body was found in Flat Rock Run Creek, east of Caledonia behind a home on Harding Highway East on July 19, 1989. He is believed to have been a Caucasian man between 22 and 35 years old, between 5 feet, 9 inches and 5 feet, 10 inches tall and approximately 140 pounds.

He is believed to have been murdered.

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