Eugene Police are seeking the public’s help to solve a case involving a man whose body was found Wednesday, according to a press release.

On Oct. 18, officers responded to the railroad tracks under the Chambers Connector overpass to a report of a deceased male body having been found.

The victim has been identified as Christopher Anthony Stanghellini, 50.

Eugene Police are asking for help solving the homicide of Christopher Anthony Stanghellini, 50, whose body was found Oct. 18, 2017 under the Chambers Connector overpass. Photo courtesy of Eugene Police.

Stanghellini was known to spend time at the Eugene Mission, The Dining Room, and the Eugene Public Library. He was 5’7” tall, weighed 150 pounds, had brown hair, a grey beard and pierced ears.

Police say Stanghellini also used the alias Christopher Anthony Yingling.

Anyone who knew Stanghellini or his whereabouts prior to his death is asked to contact detectives at 541-682-5162.