A man who died shortly after being found Oct. 25 has since been identified, Windsor police say. His death is not considered suspicious.
A man who died shortly after being found in the city center last month has been identified, Windsor police say.
According to the police, the investigators received information about the deceased as a result of the images of the man’s clothing and the description that were released to the public in a request for help.
The Major Crimes Unit was later able to confirm the identity of the individual with his immediate family.
The death of the man, a 66-year-old Windsor resident, is not considered suspicious.
Described as a Middle Eastern man with a slender build and a well-trimmed beard, the individual was found in a state of medical emergency on October 25 at around 5 a.m. in the Dougall Avenue area.
He died a short time later in the hospital.
He was not wearing identification at the time of his death, prompting police to go to the community for clues.
The Windsor Police Service thanks the public and the media for their assistance in this matter.
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