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16 May 2012, 09:59 | Updated: 16 May 2012, 10:12
Police have released an efit of a man they are trying to identify who was found dead in a lake in Cheshunt.
The man's body was discovered by a passerby at 10:30am on Sunday (May 13th) in the North Met Pit Fishery.
The man is described as being aged approximately 60 to 75, and is described as being very physically fit.
He was wearing grey trousers, a light blue stripy shirt with purple and black braces and a Harris Tweed jacket. He was also wearing a hearing aid.
Detective Inspector Diane Watson, who is leading the investigation said: "This is a very sad case where a man has unfortunately died. His identity remains a mystery and several lines of enquiries are underway to identify him but at this time have proved inconclusive. I am hoping that somebody will recognise him from the image on the E-fit or from the description of his clothing. He is clearly a man who took great care of himself and we are sure that somebody will recognise him."
Anyone with information is asked to contact 101.