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Police ask for help identifying Polish man who can't remember who he is

The man may be from the Poznan area of Poland and may have a daughter called Lenka.

Image: Metropolitan Police

POLICE IN LONDON are appealing for help in identifying a Polish man who has been taken to St Thomas’ Hospital suffering memory loss.

The man attended the Polish Consulate at around 5pm yesterday. Due to his lack of memory, he was taken by ambulance to the hospital as a precaution.

The man is able to state that he was born in Poland and may have travelled to London from Denmark, within the past few days.

He may be from the Poznan area of Poland and have a daughter called Lenka.

He is a white man, 5ft 8ins in height of medium build. He has a tattoo of a flower on his right upper arm.

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