ORANGEBURG, S.C. — The Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office has released potential identifiers for a body that was found in a freezer last week.
According to the report, the autopsy resulted in identifiers being discovered on the individual.
The autopsy revealed that the person discovered was a male. The male has a tattoo of a possible rising sun above a man’s face on the individuals right shoulder.
Following the autopsy, clothing was determined to be size 34 PacSun blue denim stacked skinny jeans, short sleeve T-shirt and a brown Guchi belt.
The body was found at a Norway house on January 3 after a group of teens decided to check out the house discovered it while out riding four-wheelers in Orangeburg County.
Less that 48 hours after the body was discovered, the abandoned house burned down in what law enforcement is calling a 'suspicious' fire.
If anyone has any information on the descriptive items given, you are urged to contact the OCSO at 803-534-3550 or Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.
Callers using Crimestoppers are encouraged to utilize the P3 Tips app or submit a web tip by going to CrimeSC.com and click Submit a Tip.