Officers appeal to trace woman who was seen with blood on her face in Clay Cross

Police are urging the public to help them find a woman who was seen arguing with a man while there was blood on her face.

By Lizzie Day
Monday, 12th July 2021, 11:25 am

The force said they are concerned for her welfare and want to speak to her and the man she was with, after she was spotted with blood on her face in Kenning Street, Clay Cross yesterday (Sunday, July 11).

A member of the public called police at 9.25pm to report seeing a woman with blood on her face arguing with a white man who had black hair and a beard.

He wore a black and white coat.

Police in Chesterfield are appealing to find a woman who was seen with blood on her face last night (Sunday, July 11).

The woman was described as white with red hair and wore a black top and jeans.

Officers urged witnesses or anyone with information to contact DC Gavin Hooton by calling 101 and quoting reference 1140 of July 11.

People can submit reports to Derbyshire police through Facebook, Twitter and on their website.

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