Police seek help identifying Asian male

An Asian male was found wandering through the backyard of a residence in the 6400 block of 131st Ave. SE in Bellevue on Saturday. The reporting party told Bellevue Police that the subject appeared disabled.

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Bellevue Police are seeking help identifying an Asian male found wandering in Bellevue on Saturday

An Asian male was found wandering through the backyard of a residence in the 6400 block of 131st Ave. SE in Bellevue on Saturday. The reporting party told Bellevue Police that the subject appeared disabled.

Upon contact, the subject was found walking in the roadway and police were unable to verbally communicate with him. It was noted he was walking without shoes, wearing blue jeans and a red shirt and had grass in his mouth.

Medics transported him to Overlake Hospital. So far, checks of neighboring police agencies and surrounding adult family homes are negative.

Bellevue Police ask people who can identify the person to immediately  contact the Bellevue  the Bellevue Police Department via 9-1-1.

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