Police issue urgent appeal to find ‘unconscious’ woman pictured laying in park bushes in Birmingham

Police have issued an urgent appeal after a woman was photographed laying ‘unconscious’ in park bushes. The force was sent the image which shows the female in undergrowth in Burbury Park, Newtown.

The unidentified woman is white, with long dark brown hair with orange ends, fully clothed and wears a blue lanyard with white writing around her neck. She appears to be in her 20s or early 30s and experts who have analyzed the image, suspect the photograph was taken on a mobile phone around 7.45am on Saturday 28 May.

The police say the woman is not in any trouble and they just want to check if she is OK. They are not sharing the image but a description of her clothing in a bid to trace her.

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A WMP statement said: “We’ve been sent a photograph of a woman laying in bushes in Burbury park, Newtown and we want to check that she’s OK. The picture shows her unconscious.

“In it, she is wearing black pumps, with no socks. Her trousers are gray with large checked lines.

“She’s has a long pink v-neck top and a black cardigan with large white stars on the sleeves. A has a blue lanyard with white writing around her neck.

“Her hair is long and dark brown with orangey ends. She is white and looks to be in her 20s or early 30s.

“We’re not sharing the photo at this time out of respect for the woman, but we’re really worried about her and think you’ll recognize her from her clothes alone. Our experts have analyzed the photo which was taken on a phone in Burbury park, Newtown, Birmingham at around 7.45am Saturday 28 May. ”

The statement added: “We’ve searched the park, contacted local hospitals and checked our incident records. But we now need you or the woman to tell us more. If you recognize yourself from the description, please get in touch.”

Anyone with information should contact police via Live Chat quoting 2419-010622.

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