Assistance with Identification

Published June 16, 2012 | Police Department | Automatically Archived on 6/18/2012

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On 6-15-2012 at approximately 7:35 PM the Sudbury Police and Fire Departments responded to the area of 484 North Road regarding a 911 call reporting someone in medical distress.  Arriving, a white male was discovered unresponsive lying next to the sidewalk.  Medical measures were begun and the subject was transported to Emerson Hospital.  An investigation was initiated relative to the involved circumstances.  At this juncture the situation appears to be medically related, with nothing appearing suspicious.

 The subject did not have any identification on his person and to this point we have been unable to identify him.  He is described as a white male, approximately 55-65 years of age, balding with mostly gray but some brownish/reddish hair, very blue eyes, in the area of 5’9” and 250 pounds.  He was wearing a red Natick Redman shirt, with tan pants and gray and blue sneakers.  He has a substantial scar running down the center of his chest/abdomen possibly related to open heart surgery. Additionally, he had what appears to be an “Indala” security pass key.

A witness reports he was observed him at the town line walking into Sudbury from Maynard.

The circumstances remain under investigation by the Sudbury Police Department and the Massachusetts State Police.

Anybody with information relative to the subject’s identity please contact the Sudbury Police Department at 978-443-1042 with any information. Thank you!



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