A MAN whose identity remains a mystery has died in hospital after he was taken ill in Leominster on Friday.

Police are searching for information that could lead them to identify the man, who was being treated at Hereford County Hospital after he was found at the Grange park.

His distinctive shirt, pictured, may be a vital clue.

Sergeant Tony Lewis said: ""Unfortunately, we are unable to provide a picture of the man, but he is described as white, in his 40s, of large build, with glasses, a goatee beard, a greying moustache and brown wavy hair.

"He had no tattoos or scars but is understood to have been wearing the shirt when he took ill in the park."

"We're urging anyone who might know this man or could have any information about his identity to please come forward. 

"He may have family or loved ones so anything, no matter how small it may seem, could help us to identify him and get in touch with them."

Anyone with information or who may know the man is asked to call West Mercia Police on 101 quoting incident 751S of August 2.

  • Police are considering our request for a picture of the man.