Windsor police identify deceased man – Windsor Star


A man who died shortly after he was found on Oct. 25 has since been identified, say Windsor police. His death is not considered suspicious.
A man who died shortly after he was found around the city’s core last month has been identified, say Windsor police.
According to police, 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 Crime Unit was then 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 neatly-trimmed beard, the individual was found in a state of medical emergency on Oct. 25 around 5 a.m. in the area of Dougall Avenue.
He passed away a short time later in hospital.
He was carrying no identification at the time of his death — leading police to turn to the community for tips.
Windsor Police Service thanked the public and the media for their assistance in this matter.
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