Chelan County Coroner, Wayne Harris is asking for the public's help in identifying the man who was in the car that crashed Tuesday afternoon in the Chelan area. That crash killed the driver and her 4 year old son. The Washington State Patrol had erroneously released the wrong name yesterday afternoon, Harris says the man was found with a wallet in his pocket which ended up not belonging to him. The victim is around 5’4” to 5”6” and weighs around 160 pounds. He has black hair about 4-5 inches long and has a thin moustache and “chinstrap” type beard and goatee. He was wearing heavy duty tan work boots, blue jeans, a blue polo shirt with a Highlander Golf Course logo and a camouflage pullover sweat jacket hoodie. It appears as though he has some type of recent chemical burns to the back of his hands, face and forearms which are not a result of the accident. They are black in color and on his forehead it appears to be the outline of safety goggles. This suggests he may work with agriculture chemicals or some type of mild acid. If this individual matches the description of anyone you know or if there is anyone who has an employee who is missing, call the Chelan County Coroner’s office and speak to Wayne Harris. 667-6431.