North Acton Man
Found On: 26th June 2010
Over a decade ago, a man aged between 30 and 50 years old jumped from a bridge near North Acton Railway Station and landed on the tracks beneath.
We know that the man had a wide range of tattoos. He had a red and orange shaded dragon on his right chest, on his left chest he had another dragon, but this time coloured in green, yellow and dark red. On his arms, he had various black western tribal designs. On his back, he had a red-winged bird (possibly a vulture or eagle) on the right side, and a green-shaded dog is breathing fire on the left side.
He was about 5ft 8 tall, white with short receding hair, facial stubble and brown eyes. He was wearing a dark blue jacket with nothing underneath, beige khaki trousers and dark black canvas style shoes.
The initial research’s focus may include inquiries around the North Acton area and consideration of facial recognition software that could be used alongside the man’s sketches.
The investigation will be lead by the community investigation team.
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