County coroner not yet able to ID body found in Gleed barn
GLEED, Wash. -- The Yakima County Coroner says they're still unable to identify the man whose body was found last week in a Gleed barn, but that the sheriff's office has an idea of who it may be.
Jack Hawkins says this week, they received incomplete dental records of the possible victim, so they were unable to positively identify the victim.
Now, they're reaching out to the potential victim's family to do a DNA profile or to get a different set of dental records.
Hawkins says it could take six months to a year to get DNA results.