Police look to speak with man about mercury exposure at Albany Medical Center
ALBANY, NY - Police
are looking to speak with a man about the mercury exposure at the Albany Medical
Friday, March 2, Choices Café, a cafeteria located inside of the
hospital, was closed after an employee found mercury in their food. Officials responded to the incident
immediately and closed the cafeteria. It was reopened later that night.
Police have been investigating the mercury exposure and would like to speak with this man in the photo. Attached are the photos of
a man taken by surveillance
inside Albany Medical Center.
The individual doesn't appear to be an employee at the hospital.
If anyone has information on the identity of the person they
are asked to call the Criminal Investigations Unit at (518) 462-8039.
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