- Natalie Lindsay, 27, arrived at hospital on Wednesday with a single stab wound
- Medics cleaned and bandaged her wound, but she left before being treated fully
- She was last seen at North Middlesex Hospital’s A&E unit at 13.38 on Wednesday
- Police have asked anyone who knows Ms Lindsay’s location to contact them
Police are searching for a young woman who sought help at North Middlesex Hospital’s Accident and Emergency unit with stab wounds to her arms but left before she could be treated.
The woman, who is believed to be called Natalie Lindsay, did not provide staff at the hospital with an address or the details of any next of kin when registering at reception.
Medics cleaned and bandaged her wound but said she would have to wait for full treatment for the injury.
The Metropolitan Police have expressed concern for the safety of Natalie Lindsay, pictured, who presented to Accident and Emergency on Wednesday with a stab wound to her arm
Ms Lindsay was last seen at North Middlesex Hospital, pictured, at 13.38 on Wednesday
Ms Lindsay presented at the hospital at 13.38 on Wednesday.
Staff at the hospital contacted police when she vanished from the casualty unit as they were concerned for her well-being.
Anyone who sees Ms Lindsay or who knows her whereabouts is asked to contact Enfield Police on 101 or by calling Missing People on 116000.