A body found Tuesday morning in Northampton County is believed to be that of a Lehigh County man, and authorities are asking for help from anyone who knew, saw or interacted with him.
The coroner’s office was called to investigate the death of a man who was found in the wooded area near the 2300 block of Schoenersville Road, Hanover Township.
It will take an extended period of time to confirm Jermine “JoJo” Odak, 23, of Macungie and Cypress, Texas, was the man whose decomposing body landscapers found shortly before 9:30 a.m. in the 2300 block of Schoenersville Road, Hanover Township, Northampton County Coroner Zack Lysek said.
The coroner’s office said it believes the remains are that of Jermine Odak, 23, who had lived in Macungie, Pennsylvania and Cypress, Texas. Odak was known by a nickname of “JoJo.”
The remains were found in a wooded area between two businesses, Colonial Regional Police Detective Michael Munch said.
The body was in an advanced state of decomposition, which is why it will take time to confirm the identity, Lysek said. Determination on the cause and manner of death is pending, though Munch said there were no obvious signs of foul play.
The coroner’s office is asking anyone who knew, had seen, or interacted with Odak to call Detective Michael Munch with the Colonial Regional Police Department at 610-861-4820 or the Northampton County coroner’s office at 610-258-1806.
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