Woodside Park, N12
Police are appealing for help in tracing the origins of a man who was discovered last year having lost his memory of his identity. The man was initially found on August 29, 2010 in Albert Street, N12 wandering in a confused state and unable to speak English.
PC Lisette French from the Missing Persons Unit said: “We hope that someone can help this man find his friends and family.
He was found in a confused state and we are doing everything we can to help him, but we need anyone who recognises him to call us immediately on 020-8733 5017.”
The man appeared frail and had a cut to his left ear, and was unsure of where he was or how he got there, although he stated that he came from Southall. Despite initial attempts at identification by Immigration, it was only when a Barnet Officer took prints and a photo that a possible name and age became apparent.
He is believed to be called Maninder Singh, born 07/07/1967, though this is not certain, and he is described as an Indian or Asian man with a grey beard, orange turban, thin build, blue jumper with a silver zip, blue stripe on arms, denim jeans, and black Fila trainers.
The man is currently still in hospital, and despite otherwise being physically well, he has not regained his memory, and regularly goes missing from the hospital.