POLICE want help identifying a male cyclist who was injured in a crash in Warwick on Saturday.
The cyclist had to be airlifted to University Hospital in Coventry where he is currently under sedation and unable to talk.
He is described as a stocky man, 5ft 6ins tall, and Oriental in appearance. Officers believe he is approximately 25 years old.
He was wearing a light blue cycle top, grey t-shirt, black cycle shorts, white trainers and white socks, black fingerless gloves, and a light blue Giro cycle helmet.
The cycle is a specialized aluminium racing bike silver in colour with black carbon forks. It is equipped with distinctive red 'Fulcrum 7' Wheels.
He was heading in the direction of Kenilworth along Beausale Lane when he suffered a head injury in a crash at 6.30pm. He had no form of identification on either himself or his bike.
If you can assist officers in identifying him, please contact PS 0689 Richard Toms at Warwickshire Police on 101 ext 3770, quoting incident 298 of 10 August.
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