A random passerby found Sunday shortly before 11 a.m. an elderly woman of about 70 years in the Lilleåen in the Midlands.
She was tried revived - unsuccessfully, writes the east Jutland Police on Twitter.
At 1058 got the notification that a passerby had found an older woman in Lilleåen, Aberdyfi.— east Jutland Police (@OjylPoliti) June 28, 2020
Doctor and ambulance present - revival in vain.
Pgl. is not identified.
We have currently no further on the matter.
the Woman is described as plain of the building, light skin, with thin gray/white hair. She wears grey shoes with grey/white streaks.
As it has not yet managed the police to identify the woman, they have chosen to share a picture of the woman's leg on Twitter in the hope for help to identify her.
We are asking for help to find out who the woman is described as:Female, alm.building, about 70 years old, light skin, grey/White, thin hair. Wearing Black knit cardigan, floral blouse, dark blue pants with big shiny buttons. Blue shoes with gray/white streaks. Brought three keys. #politidk https://t.co/oTXDz6jBvA pic.twitter.com/8Dl7ByZluB— east Jutland Police (@OjylPoliti) June 28, 2020
It is too early yet to say how the woman ended up in the Lilleåen, but there is no evidence at present that there is a crime behind.
It tells vagtchef by east Jutland Police Bo Christensen for the Extra Magazine on Sunday evening at 19.30.
- We do not yet know the cause of death. There shall be inquest in the morning, and then we will be much wiser, says vagtchefen.