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Ballast Quay London 'KAMAL'

Sowerby Bridge Man

Found On: 5th January 2012

On 5th January 2012, a man walked off the Leeds-bound platform at Sowerby Bridge Station and was struck by a passing train.

About this case

The man is described as being European, between the ages of 48 and 50, approximately 5’8’’ to 5’9’’ (172 -175 cm) and having a medium build.

He had collar-length black and greying hair and a moustache. The man also had a false teeth plate.

 He was wearing khaki denim trousers with blue patches on the pockets, a green shirt with Che Guevara on the front, a blue ribbed Harbour Bay jumper, a black Cedarwood State body warmer, a khaki padded jacket, and a Manchester United scarf. He was also wearing a light blue belt, size 8 Tradesafe brown walking books, a grey knitted hat, a grey detachable hood, and a gold and silver metal chain.

The man also had a silver watch with a bronze coloured bezel and a black leather money pouch.