By Kate Leaver
Police are investigating the death of a woman who sought help from staff at the Dome Cafe in Rockingham. (ABC News)
A woman has died overnight in hospital after stumbling into a Dome Cafe in Perth’s southern suburbs with serious neck injuries from an alleged assault.
The WA Police Homicide Squad is investigating the death of the woman who managed to drive herself to the cafe on Kent Street in Rockingham to get help about 6:00pm last night.
She was taken to Fiona Stanley Hospital where she later died.
Police have arrested a man in connection with the incident but no charges have been laid.
It is understood four staff members, who were working at the time, did what they could to help, calling an ambulance for the desperate woman.
Flowers have been laid outside the Dome Cafe in Rockingham after a seriously injured woman sought help before being rushed to hospital. (ABC News: David Weber)
Dome Group managing director Nigel Oakey said the cafe would remain closed today while police continued their investigations.
“Staff at the Dome cafe in Rockingham last night rendered assistance to a female who entered the cafe with significant injuries,” Mr Oakley said.
“The injuries were not incurred at the cafe or in the immediate vicinity and the person arrived seeking urgent medical attention.”
Mr Oakey said counselling had been arranged for staff members involved in the “traumatic incident”.
“Our thoughts are with all those affected by this incident,” he said.
More to come.