(Mondamin) -- Authorities are investigating the death of a man in Harrison County.

On Saturday, the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a hunter who had discovered a body in a rural, wooded area four miles southwest of Mondamin. The body was transported to the Iowa State Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy. There was no identification with the body and authorities are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying him.

The body is described as a white male, approximately 5’11” and 160 pounds. He has longer grey and black hair and no teeth. At the time of discovery, he was wearing black Wrangler brand jeans, a blue t-shirt with a pocket, a blue button down dress shirt, a brown-plaid insulated flannel jacket, and a blue hooded zipper sweatshirt with a “Golden Harvest” logo on the left breast area. He was also wearing Red Wing brand boots, size 12.

This man’s death and identification are being investigated by the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office, the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation, and the Iowa Office of the State Medical Examiner.

Anyone with information is urged to call Iowa DCI Special Agent Chad Fiedler at 712-322-1585 or 402-515-5160.