Sussex police are trying to identify the body of a woman pulled from the sea a mile off Bognor on Monday 12 August at 4pm.
The woman's push bike with a basket on the front was found at the entrance to the alleyway by Aldwick Hundred, Craigwell Lane. It was locked to a post and a bag and coat were found at the other end of the alleyway by the beach.
The woman is described as a white, 5' 5', 13 stone, of large build, with long wavy dyed brown hair. She had a gold silver ribbon tied to her right wrist and wore a black wrist wallet.
Her death is being treated as unexplained but not suspicious.
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