Police appeal to identify ‘vulnerable’ woman

11:44 28 August 2012

Police in Exeter have issued CCTV images of a ‘vulnerable’ woman they wish to identify and locate.

Police in Exeter have issued CCTV images of a ‘vulnerable’ woman they wish to identify and locate.

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Help police identify a ‘vulnerable’ woman spotted in Exeter over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Police in Exeter have issued CCTV images of a ‘vulnerable’ woman they wish to identify and locate.

Officers are concerned for the welfare of the woman pictured on a CCTV image, who was last seen in the Starbucks cafe in High Street, Exeter at around 10.35 am on Monday August 27

Devon and Cornwall police said her identity was unknown. She is described as being in her mid-40s, with shoulder length brown hair and wearing a purple rain coat with a hood, a light coloured top, and dark coloured trousers.

Despite a search of the area and enquires undertaken police have been unable to identify this woman.

If anyone recognises this woman or knows of her current whereabouts they are asked to contact police on 101 quoting police reference 331 of 27th August.

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