Autopsies were pending Thursday on two men, one found Wednesday in an Anaheim flood control drainpipe and the other found Tuesday night in a flood control basin about a mile away off Crescent Avenue.
Authorities are asking the public help identify the body of a man found floating near the Port of Long Beach last month.
The investigation is ongoing.
The body was found either next to or under a bush that was on fire, police aid.
It’s been more than 1,400 days since LAPD Det. Brian Putnam was handed the murder case: A woman’s naked body was found at a recycling plant in Chinatown. The discovery made local headlines. But that didn’t generate any leads.
Firefighters have recovered a burned body behind a Thousand Oaks home, it was reported Friday.
The unidentified male was found in the 2400 block of Holly Drive, according to authorities.
Ashley Moran, 21, was found in Obregon Park on the morning of Saturday, March 15.
On Thursday, a man’s shirtless body was found face-down among some rocks.
The death is being investigated by detectives from the robbery-homicide unit and forensic department technicians.
Investigators were also trying to determine how long the victim was dead before his body was discovered.
Police believe the man had been there for “several days.”
The identity of the victim is unknown but it is believed to be a female of an undetermined age.
Authorities have released the name of a woman whose body was found at a recycling plant in Orange County.
The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.