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Have you seen this woman?

By johnboy - 22 March 2011 12

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ACT Policing is appealing to the public to help identify a woman who was found this morning (Tuesday, March 22) on Yamba Drive in Garran.

Police attended the area about 4.30am after a member of the public reported a woman sitting on the traffic island at the intersection of Yamba Drive and Hindmarsh Drive. The woman appears to suffer an intellectual impairment and has been unresponsive to questions.

Police were unable to locate any identification on the woman.

The woman appears to be in her 30s, wearing blue cargo pants, a blue T-shirt with white and purple writing on the front, a brown hooded vest with fur trim around the hood, and a black cap. She also had a blue back pack in her possession.

Anyone who may be able to assist police in identifying the woman are asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers website on www.act.crimestoppers.com.au. Information can be provided anonymously.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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Have you seen this woman?
jake555 5:08 pm 23 Mar 11

Stevian said :

TAD said :

Just my dig at the first post for suggesting the police do the bleeding obvious

It is a grave mistake to think that police will do the obvious, logical, or sensible thing.

I’m surprised they didn’t shoot/tazer/pepper spray the woman. That’s how they usually repond

Methinks someone has been on the end of a good spraying and thought they didn’t deserve it. What a ridiculous thing to say Stevian.

Tooks 5:02 pm 23 Mar 11

Stevian said :

TAD said :

Just my dig at the first post for suggesting the police do the bleeding obvious

It is a grave mistake to think that police will do the obvious, logical, or sensible thing.

I’m surprised they didn’t shoot/tazer/pepper spray the woman. That’s how they usually repond

Now that’s the stupidest comment on this thread hands-down. Muppet.

EvanJames 2:05 pm 23 Mar 11

Stevian said :

I’m surprised they didn’t shoot/tazer/pepper spray the woman.

Maybe they did, and that’s why she wouldn’t talk to them!

Stevian 1:31 pm 23 Mar 11

TAD said :

Just my dig at the first post for suggesting the police do the bleeding obvious

It is a grave mistake to think that police will do the obvious, logical, or sensible thing.

I’m surprised they didn’t shoot/tazer/pepper spray the woman. That’s how they usually repond

TAD 12:41 pm 23 Mar 11

Just my dig at the first post for suggesting the police do the bleeding obvious

EvanJames 12:23 pm 23 Mar 11

…”The woman appears to suffer an intellectual impairment and has been unresponsive to questions. “…

I guess that means they asked her for her name and she didn’t answer.

GBT 12:18 pm 23 Mar 11

Hopefully she gets collected and receives the care she needs.

Sorry, I thought I’d also pass that off as my own thought.

colourful sydney rac 12:03 pm 23 Mar 11

threepaws said :

TAD said :

I assume someone asked her what her name is.

Are you serious? I think that is the dumbest thing I have ever read.

I don’t think that is the dumbest thing I have ever read, it *is* the dumbest thing I have ever read and I used to work on Ministerial corrospondence…

threepaws 11:51 am 23 Mar 11

TAD said :

I assume someone asked her what her name is.

Are you serious? I think that is the dumbest thing I have ever read.

buzz819 10:30 am 23 Mar 11

TAD said :

I assume someone asked her what her name is.

Yeah I’m sure the Police couldn’t work out that question…

TAD 9:44 am 23 Mar 11

I assume someone asked her what her name is.

Hopefully she gets collected and receives the care she needs.

Jungle Jim 8:28 am 23 Mar 11

I assume someone checked with the mental heatlh ward at Canberra Hospital..

Hopefully she gets collected and receives the care she needs.

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