CLEVELAND, Ohio — The key to identifying a man whose body was found in Lake Michigan two years ago may lie in his Northeast Ohio-themed tattoos.
The body was pulled from the lake near Chicago’s Navy Pier on June 10, 2015, and bears tattoos that correspond with Cleveland, Akron, and Ohio State University, according to Cook County’s unidentified persons database.
The man is described as Asian and between 20 and 30 years of age. He was 5-feet-8-inches and weighed 122 pounds, the database says.
Tattooed on the man’s left forearm was the outline of the state of Ohio and the phrase “Cleveland 216.” Alongside it is an Ohio State Buckeyes logo, according to the database.
Also tattooed on the same arm is