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Burnaby RCMP seeks help identifying woman found in medical distress

The woman was using a wheeled cart that is described as plaid navy/blue and white. She was carrying a black and white polka-dot plastic bag. Both bags had empty bottles and cans inside/ - Courtesy Burnaby RCMP
The woman was using a wheeled cart that is described as plaid navy/blue and white. She was carrying a black and white polka-dot plastic bag. Both bags had empty bottles and cans inside/
— image credit: Courtesy Burnaby RCMP

The Burnaby RCMP is looking for the public’s help in identifying a woman found in medical distress in the area of 6577 Royal Oak Avenue.

She is described as:

  • Asian
  • 5 ft 1 in (155 cm)
  • Approximately 120 lbs (54 kg)

She was wearing:

  • grey denim-style pants with the leg-cuffs rolled up
  • black braided leather belt
  • grey Nike Air running shoes
  • navy blue track jacket
  • silver Seiko ladies watch

She was using a wheeled cart that is described as plaid navy/blue and white. She was carrying a black and white polka-dot plastic bag.

Both bags had empty bottles and cans inside. Police also found a Vancouver Aquarium key chain with three keys and an electronic key fob.

The woman may also have worn a black ball cap.

If you know who this woman is please call the Burnaby RCMP at 604-294-7922.

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