Police look to trace next of kin after elderly woman dies

Police in Edinburgh are appealing for help in tracing the next of kin of an 84-year-old woman who was found dead in her flat on April 3.

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Elizabeth Graham, who was born on 29 November 1929, lived in East Crosscauseway, Edinburgh.

She is believed to have relatives who lived in Hathaway Lane, Glasgow, but police have so far been unable to trace next of kin.

Anyone with information or who can assist in anyway is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101 or St Leonards Police Station on 0131 662 5017.

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