UPDATE: Man Saved by Good Samaritans and Westwood Officers

The man did not have any identification on him when he was found unconscious.

Westwood Police are seeking the public's help.
Westwood Police are seeking the public's help.
Updated Sunday at 12:05 a.m.: According to a tweet from Westwood Police, the man has been identified.

"Thank you for all the help!," police tweeted. "We believe we have identified the person saved earlier in the day by some good samaritans and WPD officers."

Original story Saturday at 9 p.m.: Westwood Police are asking the public for help identifying a man who was found unresponsive on the side of the road on Saturday morning.

According to the department's Twitter account, police received a report at about 6:30 a.m. for a man down by the side of the road on Oak Street near Martha Jones Road.

Police said the man has not yet regained consciousness since being transported to Norwood Hospital, and he did not have any identification on him.

The white man is described as about 5'10" and 175 pounds with salt and pepper hair. He is possibly in his 50s and was wearing a green jogging jacket when he was found, police said.

Anyone who may be able to identify the man is asked to call (781) 320-1000.


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