Gwent Police appeal for help to identify woman who walked into hospital and does not know her own name
Woman arrived at Royal Gwent Hospital in early hours of Thursday with no identification
Gwent Police are appealing for help to identify a woman who walked into the Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport, Wales, with no identification on her and who does not know her own name.
The woman walked into the hospital’s A&E department just after midnight on Thursday morning but police and hospital staff do not know how she got there.
She was not carrying any identification documents and does not recall any of her personal details.
The woman is described as between 60 and 70 years old, about five feet four inches tall and of large build. She was wearing a denim skirt, purple cardigan and a pink and white striped top, carrying a black handbag with a purse and cash inside it, and nothing else.
She is understood to have a West Country accent and be physically fit and healthy.
Gwent Police are appealing to anyone who may have information about her identity to call 101 quoting log 10 7/8/14.
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