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Help needed to identify man in Rotorua Hospital

Help needed to identify man in Rotorua Hospital

Authorities are seeking the public’s help to identify a man who has been taken to Rotorua Hospital.

He is being treated after collapsing on Devon Street, by Huia St corner at about 11am.

Rotorua Hospital and the Police would welcome assistance from anyone who recognises the man from the description below.

Any information can be given to the Rotorua Hospital duty manager on 027 466 2236.

Description:

Caucasian man with thinning white hair.
Blue eyes.
60-70 years of age.
Approximately 110 kilograms.
1.82m plus/6 foot plus.
Solid build.
He was wearing:

A royal blue shirt.
Size US12 Asics running shoes, with white/blue socks
Slazenger black shorts size XXL.
Black bike pants under the shorts.
Black Nike golf baseball hat.
ENDS

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