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Moreno Valley Police Need Public’s Help to ID Non-Verbal Man

Moreno Valley Police Need Public’s Help to ID Non-Verbal Man

*UPDATE: This man has been identified and reunited with his family.

MORENO VALLEY, Calif.
– Authorities and hospital staff are asking for the public’s help to identify a non-verbal man.

 

The man was found in the area of Fir Street and Perris Boulevard on April 21, 2019. The male subject was found standing in the sprinklers while fully clothed. An ambulance transported him to the hospital, where he has remained. He was found wearing a light gray long sleeve t-shirt, a dark gray zippered sweat shirt with a hood, dark blue denim pants and slide-on sandals.

 

Officials are hoping that releasing the man’s description and photograph will help to identify him. The man has dark hair, is 5’9” tall, weighs 161, and around 30-years-old. “He is well groomed and well nourished,” Moreno Valley Police Department officials said. “He interacts with his caregivers but is nonverbal and cannot provide any information about himself. Privacy laws limit information the Medical Center can provide, including the patient’s condition.”

 

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Moreno Valley Police Department – Missing Persons Hotline at 951-486-6731

Staff Writer

This article was written by a staff member of the 24/7 Headline News Organization