Photo appeal as police probe mystery death of Plymouth woman
POLICE investigating the death of a Leigham woman have issued her photo in an attempt to learn more about her last moments.
The body of 59-year-old Ann Brookman was found at around 4pm on Monday, September 24 in Colwill Quay, Colwill Woods, Plympton.
The area is near the Old Tramway which is a red track footpath.
Police initially said the body of a woman was found in a cave area which sits at the bottom of a 100ft quarry face, not far from the Mainstone entrance of the woods.
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Investigators are now keen to hear from anyone who many have seen Ms Brookman walking in the woods during the afternoon and into the evening of Sunday, September 23.
Police had been contacted that day by her family who were concerned for her welfare.
Officers launched a series of searches to trace the missing woman.
When they visited her home they found her bed had not been slept in.
It is understood she was a regular walker who frequented Plymbridge Woods.
Investigators said a family member found her body inside a cave at Colwill Quay.
Results of a post mortem have not been revealed to The Herald, but police have previously determined the death as unexplained, but not suspicious.
At the time of her disappearance Ms Brookman was wearing a light green jacket, walking trousers and boots at the time.
She had dark hair and was of a medium build.
It is believed she walked from Leigham towards Colwill Woods.
Anyone who may have seen Ms Brookman or has information about her should call police on 101 and quote crime number EL/12/4252.