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Police detect identity of man who did not know where he came from

POLICE have discovered the identity of the unknown man who was brought to the district police branch in Nitrianske Pravno in early September. The man, who was unshaven and had dreadlocks, said his name was Peetr Kubala and that he did not know when he was born or where he came from. The only thing he remembered was that, as a child, he had lived in the Czech city of Pilsen for some time, and then in Český Krumlov. The man was placed in the mental ward of Bojnice hospital.

POLICE have discovered the identity of the unknown man who was brought to the district police branch in Nitrianske Pravno in early September. The man, who was unshaven and had dreadlocks, said his name was Peetr Kubala and that he did not know when he was born or where he came from. The only thing he remembered was that, as a child, he had lived in the Czech city of Pilsen for some time, and then in Český Krumlov. The man was placed in the mental ward of Bojnice hospital.

A Trenčín police spokesperson, Peter Kudlička, told the SITA newswire that they were contacted by the man’s sister, from the municipality of Pruské, who identified her brother Anton.

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