A man who committed suicide back in 2012 atop the Sky Chutes between Breckenridge and Copper Mountain has yet to be identified and investigators are trying anything and everything to end the long-running cold case.
According to the Summit Daily, authorities recently resorted to reconstructing the man’s face using a variety of forensic methods with the hopes that the new bust of the man’s face will prompt someone to recognize the unidentified suicide victim.
Hikers didn’t find the victim’s skull in 2016.
So far, forensic experts believe the man was between the ages of 30 and 50, was caucasian with blonde hair, and was equipped with gun whose serial number had been removed. He was wearing a snowmobile jacket and a hat that said, “life is good” at the time of his death.
*If you recognize this man call the Summit Country Sheriff’s Office here — (970) 453-2232
Find the entire Summit Daily News article here: Who was this man? Mysterious bodily remains found near Breckenridge stump investigators