State Police detectives are seeking the public’s help identifying a man found dead in the Charles River in March. 

According to police, investigators have exhausted the traditional methods of identifying the person, whose body was spotted floating along the Esplanade on March 10.

The body is described as a pale-skinned, white man approximately 60 years old and 5’8" tall. He is estimated to weigh about 200 pounds. 

He was bald except for white hair on the back and sides of his head, with white facial hair. 

Police said the man had a backpack with items inside but did not have any identification or personal papers to establish his identity. 

He was wearing a dark-colored Carhartt cap, light-colored pants, a blue sweater and gray hooded sweatshirt with faded yellow lettering. 

A passerby saw the man floating face down in the river just after noon on March 10. 

Anyone with information is urged to contact police at 617-727-8817. 

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