COPS' PIANO MAN BREAK


POLICE have narrowed down the possible identity of the Piano Man to one of four names.

Detectives say they are nearing a breakthrough after receiving more than 1000 phone calls and 200 emails from all over the world.

A spokesman for the Police National Missing Persons Bureau, based at Scotland Yard, said: 'Using our expertise and experience, we have been able to narrow down this list to three or four very potential ones, which we are looking at more closely than any others.

'However, it will still be a while before we reach a point where everyone is entirely satisfied that we have solved the mysteryTreatment The Piano Man was discovered by two police officers near a beach in Sheerness, Kent, on April 7.

Believed to be in his early 20s, he was dressed in a soaked black dinner suit and shirt and tie. He has not said a word to anyone.

He now has his own piano at Little Brook Hospital in Dartford, Kent, where he is being cared for.

West Kent NHS Trust are legally responsible for his treatment.

Communication manager Adrian Lowther said: 'We can now confirm that Mr X has a piano in his room and his clinical team are starting to explore both music and art therapies.

Medio: Daily Record
Fecha: Lunes 23 de mayo de 2005
ID: 1560 Editar

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