There are no suspicious circumstances
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A public appeal has been launched to help to find the family of a woman who died alone.
Danuta Rolczynska died at her Southport home on December 17 and Sefton, St Helens & Knowsley Coroner’s Service is trying to find her next of kin. A previous appeal gave the name of Ilona Simaliute but it is now believed that Danuta is her birth name.
In an appeal issued via Merseyside Police, the service said that it is believed the 60-year-old may have family living in Preston. It was also confirmed that there were no suspicious circumstances involved in her death.
A spokesperson said: “Please share and help the Coroner’s office find the next of kin for a Southport woman who recently passed away. Danuta Rolczynska, who was also known as Ilona Simaliute, sadly died at her home on Saturday 17 December at the age of 60.
“We believe she may have family living in Preston. There are no suspicious circumstances. If you can help, please call the Coroner’s office on 0151 934 2399 or email firstname.lastname@example.org”.
- 13:22, 29 DEC 2022