Search to identify man in hospital

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POLICE are seeking to identify a man after he was found in a serious condition in Hawker this morning (August 14). 

White Ben Sherman t-shirt with the Union Jack.
The man was located by a person in Woolner Circuit, at around 8.30am, but was only found with a set of keys and no identification. ACT Ambulance Service attended and the man has been transported to hospital.

He is described as Caucasian in appearance, about 60 to 65 years old, 180cm tall, of a medium build, a short grey manicured beard and grey hair, bald on top. He was wearing a black jacket, white t-shirt with a multi-coloured emblem, dark coloured pants and dark runners.

If people recognise this description, and are unable to contact the person, contact police on 131 444.

Update: Man in hospital found

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