The tattoo in the above picture was located on the...

The tattoo in the above picture was located on the left outer calf of a pedestrian killed in an accident Sunday night. Police released the photo in the hopes of gaining the public's help in identifying him.  Credit: Southampton Town Police Department

Suffolk police were asking the public for help in identifying a male pedestrian killed after being fatally struck by two cars Sunday night in Flanders, police said.

Southampton Police Department said detectives are investigating the accident, which occurred near the intersection of Flanders Road and Route 105 at about 7:30 p.m.

Police said the pedestrian died on scene and they are working to identify him.

"The Detective Division is looking for any information on the pedestrian to properly notify the next of kin. The pedestrian was a male, possibly 40s-50s, approximately 5-foot-6 and with a thin build. He was wearing a Chicago Bulls hat, black jeans, a black sweatshirt, black and red converse sneakers, and carrying a black backpack, police said in a Monday release.

The release also included a picture of a tattoo on the pedestrian’s left outer calf.

Police asked anyone with information about this incident or person to call Southampton Town Police Department Detective Division at 631-702-2230; the Southampton Town Police TIPS Hotline at 631-728-3454 or TIPS e-mail at .

Police said the man was first struck when he "ran out in front" of a 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLS SUV that was turning from Flanders Road onto Route 105, then was struck by a 2013 Honda Odyssey minivan. Both vehicles and their drivers remained at the scene, police said.

Police said crews from both Flanders Ambulance and the Flanders Fire Department also responded.

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