Fulton morgue asks for help in ID of man with distinctive tattoos

His sketch might be Everyman but the tattoos are distinctive and the authorities hope they will help in identifying a dead Hispanic man in the Fulton County morgue.

The man was found on September 21 in a railroad yard near 1809 Perry Boulevard in Atlanta, according to officials at the Fulton County Medical Examiner. He is about 5-feet-7 inches tall, weighs 157 pounds and has black hair and a short beard and mustache. He is estimated to be in his 20s and was wearing blue jeans and a black T-shirt with flamingos on the front.

Distinctive features include:

  • A white metal watch with a brown band.
  • A silver colored piece of jewelry pierced through the side of the left eyebrow (see drawing).

  • Red and black tattoos of drama masks on the right chest.
  • A multi-color tattoo of flowers on the left chest.
  • A black tattoo of the number "1" on the right forearm.
  • A black tattoo of the name "Maria" on the right forearm.
  • A black tattoo of the name "John", with a crown, on the right wrist,
  • A red and black tattoo of a star on the left forearm.
  • A black tattoo of the name "Aristeo" on the left forearm with the dates 06-14-32 and 06-29-14 above the name.
  • A red and black tattoo of a looped cord with the words "Life and Love" on the left arm,
  • A blue, black, and magenta tattoo on the right rear shoulder, extending on to the neck, consisting of a flower with leaves and some blue stars.