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Warsaw. The police need help identifying the man who was taken to hospital

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Police officers from Ochota showed photos of a patient from one of Warsaw's hospitals. They are asking for help in establishing the identity of an elderly man who did not have any documents with him.

Police officers from the Opaczewska police station are determining the identity of a man transported on March 21 to one of the hospitals in Ochota from 48 Ryżowa Street in Warsaw. “There were no documents or other things in the man's clothes that would allow us to determine his personal data,” the senior post emphasized in a statement. Rafał Wieczorek from the Warsaw III District Police Headquarters.

The officers provided a description of the man. He is approximately 65 years old and approximately 171-175 centimeters tall. He has facial hair and bushy eyebrows. He was wearing green sweatpants, a blue short-sleeved blouse and Crocks flip-flops.

The police are appealing to anyone who can help identify the man or his family to contact them. Information can be provided to uniformed officers at the nearest police station or by calling the 24-hour telephone number 47 72 393 50 or 47 72 393 51.

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Main photo source: KRP III

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