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Officials seek help in identifying runner who died on Round Top Drive

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The Medical Examiner’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who died after he collapsed while running on Round Top Drive. 

At about 3:54 p.m. on June 3, bystanders saw the man collapse on Round Top Drive at the intersection of Maunalaha Road. He was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead, according to Chief Investigator Pam Cadiente of the Medical Examiner’s Office. 

The man is described as possibly Asian or of mixed race that includes Asian descent, between his 50s and 60s, 5-foot-8 and 195 pounds. He has short gray hair with a slight receding hairline, brown eyes and bushy black and gray eyebrows. The man is further described to have scars on both knees, possibly from surgery. 

Cadiente said he was wearing a gray T-shirt, white and black board shorts, white athletic shoes and black socks at the time he collapsed. He was also wearing a black Freestyle brand sports watch with a Velcro strap and yellow-and-black watch face. The man was carrying a car key, possibly for a Chevrolet.

His death is classified as an unattended death. Autopsy results are pending.

Anyone with information on the man’s identification is urged to call the Department of the Medical Examiner at 768-3090.


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