An appeal to identify a mystery man who died after being found in Southall by medics is being relaunched after six years.

The Asian man, aged between 40 and 50, was found by ambulance workers on November 7, 2002, and taken to Hillingdon Hospital and later died.

Now, Missing People, a charity for missing and unidentified people is making a renewed appeal for information as no conclusive matches have been made.

The man is described as being of heavy build, with short dark hair and spoke little English.

When found, he was wearing a blazer and dark trousers, a pair of white and blue Hi-Tec trainers and a Lotus, square-faced watch with a leather strap.

Teri Blythe, head of Missing PeopleÕs Identification department, said: "In most cases an unidentified person is also a missing person, so it is likely that this man will have family and friends out there who do not know his fate.

"We therefore hope that this appeal will bring some vital clues that will lead us to identify this body and put an end to someoneÕs distress."

Anyone with information should call the confidential 24 hour charity Missing People on Freefone 0500 700 700 or email

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