‘Mystery man’ found injured near Ally Pally identified
Police believe they know they identity of the man, who was found yesterday with serious head injuries.
POLICE investigating how a man sustained serious head injuries in the grounds of Alexandra Palace believe they have identified the victim.
The man was found near a park bench in the grounds of Alexandra Palace yesterday morning with serious head injuries and is still in a critical condition in an east London hospital.
Police were unable to establish who the man was, how he had sustained his injuries and how long he had been lying there for when he was discovered, near the juntion of Alexandra Palace Way and Muswell Hill.
But officers say they now know the identity of the man - though next of kin have not yet been informed, efforts are being made to trace them.
Earlier today, police revealed that though the man was carrying no forms of identification, he was in possession of �700 cash.
Police say they are keeping an open mind as to how the man sustained the injuries and are appealing for anyone who may have information, to come forward.
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DS Stuart Robinson of Haringey CID said: “We need to speak with anyone that was in the area on the morning of Wednesday January 5 before 11.15am, particularly those who waited with the injured man until the arrival of the ambulance but left before speaking with officers.
“They may be able to tell us something that could help us piece together how this man came to sustain his injuries.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact DS Robinson on 020 8345 0838 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.