POLICE have released a description of a woman they would like to speak to after she helped an injured woman in Middlesbrough.

The woman, who was described by police as a 'good Samaritan', helped the injured person to her feet while walking her dog in the early hours of Tuesday, August 4. 

Police would like to speak to her as part of inquiries into how the woman came to be injured. 

It happened in the vicinity of the fields  between Moorcock Close and Holmefields Road in Bankfields in the early hours of Tuesday, August 4.

The good Samaritan is described as an elderly woman who was walking a dog.

She is white with blonde, curly hair, around 57 years old and 5ft 3” tall.

She was wearing a white coat and was with a white dog, similar to a Shih Tzu. 

The elderly woman helped the injured woman to her feet between 3am and 4am.

Officers would again appeal to the dog walker to come forward and speak to them as part of their inquiries into the circumstances of how the woman came to be injured.

The woman had suffered a head injury and did not seek medical treatment.

The dog walker herself, or anyone else with information, is asked to call Detective Constable Cat McKenzie from Redcar and Cleveland CID on the non-emergency number 101, quoting incident number 126816.