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Susan Wagner

60-year-old California woman found mysteriously beaten at park has died: Police

A California woman brutally beaten while walking at Riverside park weeks ago has died.

On November 1, 60-year-old Susan Wagner was found badly beaten close to Doty-Trust Park in the La Sierra neighborhood of Riverside. She passed away Wednesday after spending weeks in the hospital, according to ABC7.

Authorities found Wagner after a passerby spotted the woman on the ground, barely conscious, near the southwest entrance of the park.

Police said security footage showed two people walking in the area at the time of the attack, at around  7:30 p.m. and 8:50 p.m., along with several vehicles passing by. Authorities are searching for the people seen in the video for questioning.

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“Several vehicles were also seen in the area at the time she was there,” Riverside police said. “Detectives are asking for anyone who may have seen the victim, people, or vehicles in the area at the time to call or email them with the information.”

FOX 11 reports that the woman’s family said she was left with a fractured skull, fractured ribs, and brain bleeding. Police said prior to the incident, she may have been either agitated or disoriented.

Investigators are urging anyone who saw the victim, the pedestrians, or anyone in the vehicles passing by to contact Detective Karla Beler at 951-353-7138 or kbeler@riversideca.gov. You can also contact Detective Adrian Tillett at 951-353-7105 or atillett@riversideca.gov. Anonymous tipsters can send tips to rpdtips@riversideca.gov.

At this time, police have not offered any other information regarding the case.

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