(Goose Spit, Comox/Photo by trover.com)

The woman associated with a placenta found on a beach in Comox has come forward.

On October 2, a woman called Comox Valley RCMP stating she had discovered a placenta along the beach at Goose Spit.

She was unsure if the placenta belonged to a human or not and called RCMP. Police say an initial investigation revealed that it does, in fact, belong to a human being

It was initially believed the placenta may be associated to a mother and/or baby who require medical assistance, however, police now say they have no further concerns “for the safety of anyone involved and this matter has been concluded.”

“The woman associated with the placenta located on the beach in Comox has come forward to speak with investigators,” said Cst. Monika Terragni in a statement.

“Police have no concern for the safety of anyone involved and this matter has been concluded. No further information will be released out of respect for those involved.”