An e-fit of a man who died near a bus stop in Westminster has been released by police who are still trying to identify him more than 10 years later.
The man was found collapsed at a bus stop in Regent Street, at the junction with Carlton Street, at around 11am on December 16 2006.
Police and ambulance paramedics were called and took the man to hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
Despite extensive enquiries, Metropolitan Police officers have been unable to identify the man and have today released an e-fit of him in the hope that a family member or friend recognises him.
Police know the man was leaving the number 15 bus on the Paddington/ Eastbourne Terrace circular before he collapsed.
However, it is unclear where on the route the man had got on the bus and he had no ID on him.
The man is described as a white man, between 50-60 years old, of a slim build with grey hair and approximately 5ft 4" tall.
PC Luke Flint, from Westminster Borough , said: “This is a very sad case in which not only has a man lost his life close to Christmas, but it is still possible that his family do not know that he has died.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact officers on 0207 321 7694 or via 101.
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