The police are searching for the identity of a foreigner suffering from amnesia. The man is believed to be in his thirties and speaks fluent German. He turned up at a police station in the town of Lednice, south Moravia, to ask for help. He had no identity papers or documents of any kind which could provide a clue. He says he has no idea how he came to be in the Czech Republic. The man is blond, blue-eyed and measures 187 centimetres. The police have asked the public for assistance.
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