Police have appealed to the public to help them identify a woman found on a beach in Falmouth yesterday, Monday 1 January.
Police were called to Gyllyngvase Beach at 10.50am after a woman was found deceased at the water’s edge.
In a statement, a spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: “She has no obvious personal belongings with her and so we are asking for the public’s assistance to identify her and her next of kin.
“The woman is described as white, aged between 50-70 years of age and of medium build. She has short grey hair and is approximately 5ft 2ins – 5ft 4ins tall.
“She was wearing blue corduroy trousers, blue leather flat soled ankle boots with zips on the inside, a big blue coloured Quba brand sails jacket and a red woollen top underneath. She has no obvious tattoos, jewellery, or personal items with her to assist in identifying her.
“If anyone believes that can identify the woman or wants to report anyone as missing that matches the description, please contact Devon & Cornwall Police on 101 or via the website, quoting log 491 01/01/24.”
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