Officials Thursday are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man brought to a Torrance hospital.

The unidentified man was found Sept. 13 at 1858 Del Amo Blvd. by paramedics and was taken to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, according to a hospital news statement.

The man is alert but unable to communicate any information that might lead to his identification. He was found by paramedics at an industrial/automotive repair section of the city.

He was described as being white, in his late 50s, 5 feet, 8-inches tall, about 200 pounds with gray and white hair, and blue eyes. He has a well-groomed mustache and goatee and was carrying an orange comb.

He was wearing brown/black glasses, black size 10 Nike Airmax shoes, a gold-and-silver bracelet, gold ring, multi-color beaded necklace and a black-and-brown watch.

A photograph of the man can be found on Harbor-UCLA’s Twitter page at

Anyone with any information regarding the man’s identity or family was asked to call Harbor-UCLA Medical Center at 424-306-4573.

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