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Police investigation after man found with serious injuries

Remains in critical condition in Noble's

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding serious injuries sustained by a 48-year-old man in Douglas sometime between 11.30pm on Saturday, 2 March and 4pm yesterday.

It's understood he was walking along the Villa Marina Colonnade in the direction of the Palace Cinema around 11.30pm on Saturday.

He was found close to the Marlborough Court apartments at the junction of the Promenade and Empress Drive around 4pm the following day.

Following a call to the ambulance service the man was transferred to Noble's Hospital, where he was taken to ITU as a result of him having sustained serious head and chest injuries.

His condition remains critical and his family have been contacted.

A police investigation is underway in order to establish how the man came by his injuries, the cause of which is currently being treated as unexplained.

The man is described as being white, around 5' 11" in height, of medium build and clean shaven with short black hair. He was wearing a black coloured 'North Face' puffa jacket, with a red & black Liverpool FC zipped jumper underneath, together with black jeans and black Adidas trainers with bright red/orange soles.

Anyone who may have seen the man between the specified times should speak to DC Alison Parker on 631212, or speak use Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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