Police Release New Information About Man’s Body Found In Haddonfield
By Kim Glovas
HADDONFIELD, NJ (CBS) — Camden County law enforcement is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man’s body found in a wooded area of Haddonfield Borough Monday afternoon.
The body was discovered by joggers near Merion and Narberth Avenues Monday (see previous story).
On Tuesday, the Camden County Prosecutor and Haddonfield police issued a release saying the man’s body had ten to eleven stab wounds which had been treated and sutured, five to ten days before his death.
An autopsy revealed the stab wounds were not believed to be the cause of death.
Authorities also say the man has a number of tattoos on his right arm. One reads “DJ REG” and is decorated with musical notes, turntables and flames. Another is “Princess #1 Mom”, with a crown tattooed over the first M. Another is the word “Gamble” surrounded by dice, flames and a skull.
Authorities also note the man has a noticeable gap between his two front teeth.
The victim is described as a light skinned black man, about 5-feet-8 inches tall, weighing 130-to-140 pounds and possibly in his early 20s. Anyone with information is urged to call 856-225-8400.