Oakland, Calif.— February 14, 2022 — Alameda Health System needs help identifying a patient who arrived at Highland Hospital on February 07, 2022, without identification. The patient is described as a white male, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 189 lbs., brown hair, and hazel/brown eyes. He has distinctive tattoos, including: left fingers have the letters “J & J”; left forearm has picture of the character Jack Skellington; right calf has a skull with snake design; and left wrist has the letters “PR.”  His age is estimated to be around 30-40  years old. He was found near a homeless encampment near 23rd Ave and Martin Luther King Blvd., in Oakland, California.

If you know a missing person that fits this description, please contact Highland Hospital ICU team at (510) 437- 4755 immediately.

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