Stanley says the man likely is non-Caucasian, but a positive identification make take months of DNA and dental testing since the remains are skeletal.
The body was found clothed in a woodsy area near a hiking trail Monday. Authorities combed the area Tuesday gathering evidence.
Authorities haven't determined if the death was foul play, but Stanley believes the body has been there up to a year by the rate of decomposition.
Stanley says a forensic anthropologist, a forensic entomologist, a dental expert and others are evaluating the body and the site for clues.