Man’s body found in parking lot

ALAMEDA — An unknown man’s entire body was found in a parking lot last 7 days, and authorities reported Wednesday that someone tried out to conceal it from see.

In a assertion posted to social media, law enforcement mentioned officers responded all-around 1:45 p.m. April 21 to a report of an unresponsive male identified in the large amount in close proximity to Blanding Avenue and Broadway.

When officers arrived, they satisfied firefighters who pronounced the guy useless at the scene and learned that a shopper at a nearby organization experienced uncovered the body. “It seems makes an attempt had been manufactured to conceal the guy,” police explained in component.

The man’s id was not out there Wednesday afternoon, pending an investigation by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Place of work coroner’s bureau.

Police said investigators were pursuing credible leads into the situations that led to the man’s dying. On Thursday, law enforcement launched visuals taken from surveillance-digital camera footage of a automobile sought in relationship. The car, which seems to be a 1998 to 2002 white Toyota Sienna with a missing driver’s facet entrance hub cap and no rear license plate, was previous observed entering the Posey Tube from Alameda into Oakland all-around 12:10 a.m. April 21.

Anybody with details may phone Alameda police Det. George Koutsoubos at 510-337-8389 or Sgt. Spencer Mountain at 510-337-8336.

Get in touch with George Kelly at 408-859-5180.