SAUGET, Ill. (KMOV.COM) -- Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the body of a man that was pulled from the Mississippi River back in May.
According to police, the man, who was pulled from the river on May 25. in Sauget, Illinois, is approximately 6' to 6'3" tall. He weighs between 185 and 200 pounds, has brown hair, no scars, no unique markings and no tattoos.
The facial sketch was done by forensic artist Mike Grough of the Elgin Police Department and police want to stress that this man may have had a different hairstyle than what is seen in the drawing.
Police have also included pictures of the shirt and pants the man was wearing when he was found.
Anyone one with information is asked to call the Sauget Police Department.