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CHICAGO (CBS) — The DuPage County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s help in identifying the human remains that were found in April 2010 at the Herrick Lake Forest Preserve in unincorporated Wheaton.

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This past winter, investigators sent the remains that were found to the FACES Labs at Louisiana State University for a digital facial reconstruction.

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The photo above shows that remains are of a male, possibly of a Hispanic or Native American, between the age 45 and 65 years old, with a distinctive dental pattern.

The victim was possibly wearing an extra-large grey Hanes sweat shirt with a logo on the left front saying “Little Nicky.”

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Anybody with information should call the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations at 630-407-2400.