UMC Asks For Assistance to Identify Patient

UMC Asks For Assistance to Identify Patient

UMC Asks For Assistance to Identify Patient

University Medical Center is asking for the public's assistance to identify a female patient who was found by police near a dumpster at 231 E. 33rd Street in Tucson at 12:23 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 15.
The patient appears to have been assaulted. She has had a stroke and is unable to speak clearly. She speaks English and her first name sounds like "Carol;" her last name sounds like "Cappelli."

The patient appears to be in her 50s or early 60s, is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 181 pounds. She appears to be Caucasian; has shoulder-length, straight, grayish/white hair; and light brown eyes. She has no tattoos, piercings, scars, moles or other identifying marks.

If anyone has any information on this patient, please call the UMC Paging Operator, 694-6000, and ask to have the social worker on-call or the clinical supervisor paged.

EDITORS NOTE: A black and white photograph is available via email upon request; please contact AHSC Office of Public Affairs, (520) 626-7301.