Recently, a dog owner raised concern over the discovery of placenta and medical equipment in a plastic bag. The bag was found by the dog when its owner was taking it out for walk South Woodchester near Stroud on Thursday evening at 7:00 p. m.
When her dog found the bag and disturbed it, the dog owner closely examined the bag and found medical equipments and placenta. Following the incidence, police was called and detail was provided to them.
It is believed that the placenta is of baby’s birth. However, it is too early to say anything. The police inspectors have launched an investigation to gauge as to who throw the bag in the forest. People who have any information about it are requested to contact the police.
The police have informed that the investigation is not at all criminal in nature and therefore people should not be worried. Police investigators said, “Our overall concern is that there may be a woman who has medical needs, and equally there may be a very premature baby requiring urgent medical attention”. The police inspectors have also contacted the maternity hospitals but have not found any clue to solve the riddle of the mysterious bag.
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