Appeal for witnesses who saw man whose penis was cut off

Police are appealing for anyone who saw a man the night before he was found with his penis cut off by the side of the A66 in Middlesbrough.

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Man who had penis cut off speaks to police

A man who was found wandering on the A66 with his penis cut off has spoken to police about what happened to him. Police closed the A66 in Middlesbrough on March 13 and searched the area in South Bank.

"Specially trained officers have visited the man on a number of occasions since his admittance to hospital and have spoken to him about his injuries and how he has come about them.

"He is engaging with these officers and is assisting them as he continues to undergo treatment and begin recovery.

"Officers again appeal for anyone who has not yet spoken to police who saw the man between 6pm on Wednesday 12th March and 5am on Thursday 13th March to get in touch on the non-emergency number 101."

– Cleveland Police

Police appeal for witnesses who saw man the night before he was found with his penis cut off

Cleveland Police are appealing for anyone who saw a man in the 11 hours before he was found with his penis cut off by the side of the A66 in Middlesbrough.

The victim, 40, was in a distressed state when police found him by the side of the road

The latest update from police said the man, 40, returned home from work at 6pm on Wednesday 12th March. He was found by police in a distressed state with his penis cut off at just before 5am the following morning.

He has been treated at the James Cook University Hospital since then, initially in an induced coma but now fully conscious. Specialist officers have been visiting him to try to piece together how he came by his injuries.

He is engaging with these officers and is assisting them as he begins his recovery.

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Police to visit man found with his penis cut off

The man was found in the South Bank area of Middlesbrough last Thursday. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees

Police officers will today visit a man in hospital who was found last Thursday with his penis cut off. The man, in his 40s, was found on the A66 in the South Bank area of Middlesbrough.

Detectives are continuing to investigate how he came by his injuries.

Members of the public with relevant information are asked to contact Cleveland Police by calling 101.

Man whose penis was cut off now conscious

A man who was found on a road with his penis cut off has regained consciousness.

The 40-year-old had been in an induced coma in James Cook University Hospital after being found in a distressed state on the A66 near South Bank, Middlesbrough at 4.50 am on Thursday.

Cleveland Police say they hope to be able to speak to him about what happened over the weekend.

It is still unclear whether the police found the man's appendage after they closed the road to search for it.

A 22-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of assault in relation to the incident and was released on bail.

Police to make further enquiries after man found in Middlesbrough with his penis cut off

The man was found on the A66 in Middlesbrough. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Police found the man in the South Bank area of Middlesbrough. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees

Police will be making further enquiries after a man was found in Middlesbrough with his penis cut off.

The man, in his 40s, was walking along the A66 near the South Bank area of Middlesbrough.

A 22-year-old man was arrested earlier today but he has now been released on bail.

Members of the public can contact Cleveland Police by calling 101.

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Man found in Middlesbrough with his penis cut off

Police had to close the A66 to search for evidence. Credit: North News

A man is in hospital after being found staggering on a road with his penis cut off.

Cleveland Police found the man on the A66 near South Bank in Middlesbrough early this morning.

Officers closed off the area in their search for evidence. The man, who is in his 40s, is now in an induced coma in hospital. A 22-year-old male has been arrested on suspicion of assault.

Members of the public can contact Cleveland Police by calling 101.

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