Appeal to find a woman in South Tyneside after a parcel containing large amounts of cannabis is discovered

Police are asking the public for help in relation to a drug supply investigation.
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Northumbria Police have issued an image of a woman they want to trace in connection with a drug supply investigation in South Tyneside.

The appeal follows reports that police received on Tuesday, January 23 about a parcel containing a quantity of cannabis at a delivery office in Chorley, Lancashire.

Police are appealing for help in finding this woman in relation to a drug supply investigation.Police are appealing for help in finding this woman in relation to a drug supply investigation.
Police are appealing for help in finding this woman in relation to a drug supply investigation.
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It was reported that the package had been sent by a person who had visited a post office on Carden Avenue, in South Shields, at around 10.20am on Monday, January 22.

Police have carried out a number of inquiries into the incident and are now appealing to members of the public for help.

Officers say that the woman in the photo was in the area at the time that the package was sent and they believe that she could have information which might be able to assist their investigation.

The woman, or anyone who knows her, should use the ‘Report’ page of the Northumbria Police website or call 101, quoting crime reference number 010551B/24.