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VALLEY ROUNDUP | Granada Hills

Identification of Suicide Victim Sought

August 26, 1999|ROBERTO J. MANZANO

The County coroner's office is asking the public's help in identifying a man who killed himself with a gun at a park in July.

The man was found dead on a park bench at the Granada Hills Recreation Center, 16730 Chatsworth St., shortly after 7 a.m. July 19, coroner's spokesman Scott Carrier said.

The man was white or Latino, about 30 years old, and 6 feet tall and 246 pounds, Carrier said. He had brown eyes and black hair, balding on the front, and also a scar in the upper left area of his chest.

At his death, he was wearing a green T-shirt, blue jean shorts, white tennis shoes, white socks and white and blue striped boxer shorts.

Anyone with information should call Gilda Tolbert at the coroner's office at (323) 343-0754.

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