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SF General Hospital Needs Your Help Identifying Mystery Patient

Scott Lucas | July 18, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Authorities at San Francisco General Hospital are asking for the public's help in identifying a mystery patient, who arrived without identification and appears to be confused about his identity.

The man was admitted from Bayshore Avenue on June 17th, but the hospital has had no luck since then in attempts to unravel the man's name, residency, or other details.

So they are turning to the public for help.

San Francisco General put out a call for help, asking members of the public if they know the individual. They also released physical information about the patient, describing him as a white man in his 50s. He is five feet, ten inches tall, and weighs around 213 pounds. He has no tattoos. The hospital also released a photo, shown above.

Anyone with any information is asked to call the San Francisco Sheriff's Department at (415) 206-8063.

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