The body of a man was found near the Alabama Georgia line on Thursday. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says they have completed an autopsy, but the Haralson County Sheriff’s Office is not in a position to release the findings. Investigation Department Head Jim Beck says the sheriff’s office has a number of tips but none of them have proved substantial. Beck says it is going to take a tip to solve the case. A photo has been released of the only tattoo on the man's body. It says AURORA. According to a news release, the body was found on U.S. 78 about 7 p.m. two to three miles from the state line in Haralson County, which borders Cleburne County in Alabama. The body is described as being between 40 to 50 years of age, 5 feet 10 to 6 feet tall, medium to heavy build with short dark colored hair. Authorities believe the man had been deceased for about two to three days before he was discovered. Authorities believe the man was killed in another location and taken to that area. Anyone with information is asked to call the Haralson County Sheriff's Office or visit their Facebook page.