Man found in river may have been in town for Harley-Davidson anniversary
MILWAUKEE - The medical examiner has positively identified the man whose body was pulled from the Milwaukee River on Sunday.
The man's fingerprints identified him as a 52-year-old who was last known to be alive on Aug. 30. Milwaukee County Medical Examiner Karen Domagalski will not be releasing his identity until they have located and notified the man's family.
Domagalski said reports indicate the man may be from Kansas City, Missouri and was possibly in town to attend Harley-Davidson's 110th anniversary over Labor Day weekend.