Police ask for public's help to identify woman

By Gareth Dennison | 18/04/2017 0 comments

Police ask for public's help to identify woman

POLICE have asked for help identifying a woman pictured in CCTV as concerns grow for her welfare.

Officers were called to Tesco in Wath on Monday after staff reported concerns about the woman, who left the store shortly before 1.20pm.

A force spokesman said: “The CCTV images show the last sighting of the woman, whose identity is not known at this time.

“Police have growing concerns for her welfare and want to hear from anyone who recognises her and can provide any information as to her identity or whereabouts.”

Call 101 quoting incident 506 of April 17.

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