Police appeal over coma man found on rocks
A man has been left in a coma after he was discovered on rocks at Plymouth's waterfront with serious head injuries.
Police are now investigating how the 63-year-old came to be suffering from the injuries.
Paramedics were called at around 8.10pm on Sunday by a member of the public who had seen a person on rocks below The Terrace cafe, on Madeira Road. The man had suffered what police described as "serious head injuries". He was later taken to Derriford Hospital.
It is understood he was last seen at around 6pm by friends in the Barbican area where he met them for drinks. Police confirmed his wallet was still on him and intact, but say they are keeping an open mind as to how he came to be injured.
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A police spokesman said: "We want to hear from anyone who may have been in the area of the Barbican up along Madeira Road between 6pm and 8.20pm on Sunday.
"We are keeping an open mind at this stage as to how the man received his injuries. It does not appear that anything has been taken from him."
Anyone with information about the incident should call police on 101.