An image showing what is visible of a tattoo on the body of a man pulled form the Neuse River April 25, 2017.
An image showing what is visible of a tattoo on the body of a man pulled form the Neuse River April 25, 2017. SMITHFIELD POLICE
An image showing what is visible of a tattoo on the body of a man pulled form the Neuse River April 25, 2017. SMITHFIELD POLICE

Police still trying to ID man found in Neuse River

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