Police Identify Man With Memory Loss
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CHICAGO (CBS) — Police think they may have identified a man who appears to be suffering from memory loss.
The man was found near Clark and Waveland around 8 a.m. on Thursday and was unable to tell police his name.
Relatives from Indiana were heading to Chicago to make a positive identification, Chicago Police said. They saw the man’s picture on a website and contacted authorities.
The man does have several tattoos, including:
“Harley” surrounded by flames on his left forearm;
A bald eagle with a heart emblem and multiple banners with the names “Cody, Steph, Riley,Rebecca, Nicholas, Veronica and Mackenzee” with a Harley Davidson logo in the background over his heart; and
A tribal artwork tattoo on his right upper arm.
Police say the man is five feet, six-inches tall, 35-42 years old and weighs 160 pounds.
He has a black and grey beard and was last wearing a white shirt, blue jeans and gym shoes.
If anyone has information on this subject please contact Area North Detective Division Special Victims Unit at (312) 744-8200.