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Morehouse Parish deputies ask public for help in identifying man struck, killed by train


MER ROUGE, Louisiana — Morehouse Parish deputies are asking for the public's help in identifying a man struck and killed by a train early Sunday morning.

Sheriff Mike Tubbs tells The News-Star ( ) Union Pacific railroad officials reported a train hitting a man believed to be 18 to 24 who was on the track about four miles north of Mer Rouge.

Tubbs said autopsy revealed that the victim had a tattoo on his chest. It is unclear whether the tattoo reads "Bonnie" or "Donnie"

Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff's office at 318-281-4141.

Information from: The News-Star,

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