Mystery as man found on UK seafront has no idea who he is or how he got there

Police are trying to identify a mystery man who was found on the Dorset seafront with no idea who he is or how he got there.

Officers found the man in Weymouth on Wednesday, September 28, 2022.

He is believed to be in his 40s and is around five foot nine inches and of slim build. At the time he was found, he had long, curly matted brown hair and a brown beard.

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He speaks with an Eastern European accent and it is believed his first language is Latvian, as reported by the Daily Mail.

Authorities say he was wearing a black motorcycle helmet with no visor, and two pairs of suit trousers.

Now, months later, the man still has no recollection of who he is and cops are still working to unravel the mystery.

Police Constable Becky Barnes of Dorset Police said: “We have been continuing to conduct enquiries to try and establish the identity of this man, which have included contact with Interpol and other partner agencies.

“However, we have still been unable to confirm an identity for this man and he has not been able to tell us who he is or provide any information about where he is from or his family.”

Police Constable Richard Symonds, of Dorset Police, added: “Since he was found, the man has been in the safe care of the health service. Unfortunately, he has not been able to tell us who he is or provide any details about where he lives or his family.

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“Despite officers having carried out a number of enquiries, including checking missing person reports with other police forces, we are not any closer to establishing this information.

“I am hoping that by releasing a photo of the man, somebody might recognise him and can help us establish who he might be.”

Anyone with information about the man's identity is asked to contact Dorset Police or by calling 101, quoting occurrence number 55220158012.

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