Identity Released of Man Found Dead at Northwest Highway and Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights

Death Investigation at US 14 and Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights on Thursday May 10, 2018 — No Foul Play.

The identity of the man found dead last week at the northwest corner of Arlington Heights Road and Northwest Highway in downtown Arlington Heights was released Thursday May 17, 2018 as Mark T. Mountain, age 65. He was found in a landscaping bed in the the parkway near the Arlington Heights electronic information sign at the northwest corner of Northwest Highway and Arlington Heights Road.

The Cook County medical examiner’s office withheld the Mark T. Mountain’s name from the public while attempting to contact next of kin, but were unable to find any relatives. Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office Spokeswoman Becky Schlikerman said Mark Mountain’s identity was released with hope that family or friends will contact the medical examiner’s office (312-666-0500).

Police received a 911 call about 3:35 p.m. Thursday May 10, 2018 with the caller stating that an unresponsive man was lying in a landscaped area near the intersection of Arlington Heights Road and Northwest Highway. Arlington Heights Police Department Deputy Chief Nick Pecora stated last Thursday at the scene that police investigators did not suspect foul play.

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