A man is in intensive care after apparently suffering a heart attack while out running yesterday morning (December 21).

A member of the public found the man, believed to be in his 60s, in Kendra Hall Road, South Croydon and police were called at 11.30am.

Police do not yet know the identity of the man and have released images of the his property in hopes of finding a loved one.

Detective Superintendent Jane Corrigan, said: "It’s very important that we identify this man as soon as possible to make his loved ones aware and to safeguard anyone he may care for.

"We appreciate the public’s support at this busy time of year and hope that we can contact his friends and family before Christmas."

The man is white and was wearing a white T-shirt with a purple motif, black tracksuit trousers and white ASICS trainers. He was also found with a single Yale key.

The incident is not being treated as suspicious.

Officers would urge anyone with information of his identity to call Croydon police on 020 8649 0145