British Transport Police appeals for help to identify woman killed by train

British Transport Police (BTP) is appealing for the public’s help to identify a woman who was killed after being struck by a train at Dronfield rail station at about 10.50am on Sunday, 13 November.

The incident is being treated as non-suspicious but enquiries so far have been unable to establish the woman’s identity.

She is described as white, aged between 45-55 years old, of proportionate build with black curly hair.

She had size six shoes, and was wearing a black/ brown gilet style long sleeve coat from Pineapple, a zebra print scarf and black ankle boots with black tight fitting jeans with diamante detail to back pockets.

Found on her was a single house key on a keyring with a safety pin attached and a gold and platinum ring on her left hand.

Forensic analysis is currently ongoing however police are keen to hear from anyone who believes they may know this woman or who has any information about the incident.

The train involved was 9.30am Leeds to St. Pancras service.

BTP is appealing for anyone who has information about the incident, or who recognises the description of the woman, to call 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 172 of 13/11/2011.

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