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An artist’s depiction of a deceased man recovered off of Camano Island.

Island County authorities are asking for the public’s help in identifying an unknown deceased male.

The body in question was retrieved from the waters off of Madrona Beach on Camano Island in late October.

Fingerprints and DNA have been submitted, but have yet to hit a match.

The deceased is an adult male, 5-foot-8 inches in height, 151 pounds, with dark hair and a beard.

There was graying in the beard, and he had no scars, marks, or tattoos.

It appears the man had been in the water for an extended period of time, and no clothes were found with the body.

The Island County Coroner’s Office has confirmed the person is not Sean Pickering or Walter Mead, who both went missing from Jefferson County.

If you have any information, you can contact Dr. Robert Bishop with the Island County Coroner’s Office at (360) 679-7358, or Detective Robert Mirabal with the Island County Sheriff’s Office.

Mirabal can be reached at (360) 679-9567, or by email at tips@islandcountywa.gov.

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Who speaks for the Wolf? (Robyn Myers photo)

Who speaks for the Wolf? (Robyn Myers photo)

Found: one wolf. Wanted: one owner.

The Coupeville High School Booster Club is trying to track down info on the giant painting/drawing which hangs on the CHS gym wall opposite the team benches.

The wolf head has loomed large over Wolf volleyball and basketball games, as well as school assemblies and graduations, at least for a bit, though how long is a good question.

If you know anything about the history of the art work, or its creator(s), contact Booster Club head honcho Robyn Myers at rawynn91@yahoo.com.

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