The sheriff’s department, which is trying to identify a human skill found earlier this year near Idyllwild, today released a sketch of what the man may have looked like.
The skull was found May 18 about two miles east of Lake Fulmer, according to sheriff’s Sgt. Herman Lopez of the Central Homicide Unit.
A forensic anthropologist determined the remains belonged to a male, possibly white or Latino, between 20 to 40 years old, Herman said.
The anthropologist drew the sketch, which may not be an exact representation of the victim, based on the skull, according to Herman.
Anyone with information about the man’s identity was asked to call the sheriff’s department at (760) 393-3524.