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Unidentified Man, Bayou Body Count No. 41

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Another body was found. There is not much info, just a few bare facts and loads of questions.

On Saturday afternoon, a couple of guys were driving along the 100 block of Gulf Bank, just north of Highland Heights, when they spotted a man lying in a yard.

Harris County deputies say the men pulled over in front of the yard, which belonged to vacant home, and saw that the man had been shot. The body was that of a Hispanic fellow, age 30 to 40, around 5-foot-4-inches tall. His identity is pending.
 

Anyone with information about this case can call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.


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