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Mt. Lebanon police determine but don’t release identity of man who fell from church |

Mt. Lebanon police determine but don’t release identity of man who fell from church

| Monday, April 16, 2018 5:45 a.m

Mt. Lebanon police determined the identity of the naked man who fell 50 feet from a church roof last week, but they are not publicly releasing his name.

The man survived the fall and underwent surgery at Pittsburgh’s UPMC Mercy. He was in critical condition late last week, but police have not provided an update on his condition.

Police responded to the 700 block of Scrubgrass Road about 5:30 p.m. Thursday to investigate a report of a naked male running through the area. Officers spotted him near Bower Hill Community Church on Moffett Street. He climbed the back of the church building to the roof and then stepped off the side.

Mary Ann Thomas is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-226-4691, or via Twitter @MaThomas_Trib.

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