South East Wales

Cardiff Bay jogger in hospital after collapsing

Police are appealing for help to identify an unknown jogger taken to hospital after he collapsed while out running.

The man, in his 40s, collapsed on the Cardiff Bay barrage heading towards Penarth at around 14:25 GMT on Monday.

He was taken to the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff for treatment.

Officers say he was carrying an unusual keyring bearing the word Egypt and a picture of a pharaoh and hope it will prompt his family to come forward.

A South Wales force spokesman said: "He was not carrying any identification and police are appealing for the public's help in identifying the man so his family can be contacted.

"He is described as being aged in his 40s, wearing a white T-shirt, grey jogging bottoms and grey trainers.

"He had in his possession a silver keyring with a pharaoh picture on the front and the word Egypt.

"There are also red stones on the top of the keyring, with several keys attached to it."

Anyone who knows the identity of the man is asked to contact South Wales Police on 101.