Florida health officials are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a mystery patient who was admitted on New Year’s Eve.
The unidentified white man was admitted to Orlando Regional Medical Center on Dec. 31 after being struck by a vehicle in the Colonial and Dorchester area at 6:20 p.m., KTVZ reported.
The man is in his 20s to mid 40s, and has dark, mid-length hair and an auburn mustache. He is 5-foot-11 and weighs 135 pounds.
Officials said the patient has several distinctive tattoos, including a Florida Marlins logo on his right hand, the letters S-E-L-F across his right fingers, “City Boy” on his left hand, and M-A-D-E written on his left fingers.
There are also some unrecognizable tattoos on both of his forearms and on his left wrist.
When he was admitted to the hospital, the patient was reportedly wearing two black t-shirts, a green windbreaker, and faded blue jeans.
The man’s current medical condition remains unclear. Those who believe they have information about the patient’s identity are encouraged to contact Orlando Health ORMC Chaplain.