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NJ TRANSIT POLICE REQUESTS HELP TO IDENTIFY DISORIENTED MAN

NEWARK, NJ, May 20, 2003 -- NJ TRANSIT Police would like the public to help identify a person found May 14 at Newark Broad Street Station in an incoherent state of mind (photo attached).

The individual of Middle East descent, is about 30 years old. He has been taken to University Hospital in Newark because he suffers from a neurological disorder and cannot speak.

The unidentified man is wearing blue jeans with the word “Icepole” on them. The name “Ed Nasser” is written in his red baseball cap. He also was wearing black leather shoes and a black leather belt.

The man is 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighs 125-130 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information should call NJ TRANSIT Police at (800) 242-0236 or NJ TRANSIT Detectives at 973-468-8806. Please ask to speak with Captain John Riccardi or Sgt. John Napolitano.

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