NORWOOD, OH (FOX19) - [Warning: Image of injured man is graphic]
Police are asking for the public's help as they try to determine how a homeless Norwood man was severely injured over the weekend.
One of Mark Blevins' neighbor's found him in front an Adams Street residence on Saturday.
He was hospitalized with a broken nose, fractured skull, and needed 30 staples to close gashes in his head, police records show.
He told police he is unaware how he got there or how he was hurt.
"We want justice for my brother," said Christel Brooks, the victim's sister. "[We want to] what happened to him. That's all we want."
Norwood police said they are investigating every possible scenario.
One possibility is whether a car struck Blevins.
His sister said she believes he was beaten and left in front of the home.
"There are houses that look right into this yard and there is no way that nobody knows nothing," Brooks said.
Police have interviewed Blevins to see if he can remember anything about how he was injured.
The victim said the last thing he remembers is being at a Speedway gas station down the street from where he was found.
Anyone with information is asked to call Norwood police: 513-458-4520.