Police appeal over movements of woman
DETECTIVES have appealed for information to trace the movements of a woman who went missing during a night out.
DETECTIVES have appealed for information to trace the movements of a young woman who went missing during a night out.
The woman, who is in her late 20s, became separated from her boyfriend while they were at the Fashion Caf� in Queen Street, Colchester, on Monday.
She was found early the next morning at a flat in East Hill, Colchester, but has no recollections of how she got there.
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Now detectives are hoping that other people who were in the area on Monday night can help explain what happened.
Ds Mark Merry said: “We are trying to establish what happened to the woman and how she managed to get from the Fashion Caf� to a flat about half a mile away.
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“She became separated from her boyfriend when he went out of the Fashion Caf� for a cigarette. It seems that she wandered off but has no recollections until she woke up in the flat at East Hill.”
The woman is white, in her late 20s, about 5ft 3in tall, of slim build and with dark straight shoulder-length hair. She was wearing a black three-quarter length felt coat, black top with white spots, black pencil skirt, black heeled shoes and black tights.
Anyone who saw her from midnight on Monday night/Tuesday morning should contact Ds Merry at Colchester CID on 0300 333 4444.