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Police want to trace Burley woman from 70s

West Yorkshire Police is trying to trace a woman thought to have lived in Burley in the late 1970s.

Officers want to speak to Katherina Gill – she is not missing and is not a suspect in a crime.

It is believed she would now be aged around 63 and that Gill was her birth or maiden name. She may have married or changed her name from Gill.

Very little is known about her and officers have been making extensive enquiries to trace her. These have so far failed and so the Force are taking the unusual step of making an appeal.

DS Melanie Siddall said:

“I would appeal to anyone who thinks they are the person concerned or has information about that person to come forward.”

Call DS Siddall on 101.






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