Authorities requested the general public Thursday for assist in figuring out a person who was killed when struck by a car a month in the past on Interstate 5 close to Presidio Park.
The person, who seemed to be 30 to 40 years previous, was making an attempt to cross the freeway north of Outdated City Avenue when a northbound Lexus SUV hit him shortly earlier than 8:30 p.m. Oct. 14, in keeping with the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Workplace.
He died on the scene, the California Freeway Patrol reported.
The person, believed to have been of Hispanic or Center Japanese descent, was 5 ft, 11 inches tall, weighed about 215 kilos and had brown eyes and quick black hair.
He additionally had two distinctive tattoos, one depicting the title “Margarita” in cursive letters, with the “i” dotted with a coronary heart. The opposite was the picture of a crown over two script letters, the second an “R.”
Anybody who may be capable to assist investigators establish the person is requested to name the medical expert at 858-694-2905 and reference case No. 2023-03316.
– Metropolis Information Service