Police need help identifying hospitalized man

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WANE)  Indiana Conservation Officers need help identifying a man who was rescued from the St. Joseph River around 6:20 Monday night. He remains hospitalized in critical condition at Memorial Hospital in South Bend.

The white man is approximately 5’11”, weighs 220 pounds, and is thought to be in his mid-fifties. He has hazel eyes, salt and pepper hair, and a mustache. He was wearing black cargo pants, a blue jacket, brown Merrell shoes size 10 ½, and was wearing a medical bracelet. The medical bracelet listed him as taking Coumadin, with an O positive blood type and suffering from a tape allergy.

Indiana Conservation Officers are asking anyone with information on the man’s identity to call the Indiana Conservation Officers TIP line at 1-800-TIP-IDNR or the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department at 574.235.9611.

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