The search for missing mother Nicola Bulley has ended in tragedy as police confirm the recovery of her body from the River Wyre in St Michael’s on Wyre, Lancashire. Ms Bulley went missing on January 27th while out walking her dog along the riverbank, prompting a massive search effort involving the police, divers, and a helicopter.
Closure of Roads Near River Where Ms Bulley Disappeared
The discovery of Ms Bulley’s body has led to the closure of roads in the vicinity of the river where she disappeared, as police conduct their investigation. The incident has caused widespread concern and distress in the local community, with many expressing their condolences to Ms Bulley’s family and friends.
Police Confirm Ms Bulley’s Death Not Suspicious
While the circumstances surrounding Ms Bulley’s death are still being investigated, police have confirmed that they do not believe her disappearance was suspicious. This news may provide some comfort to Ms Bulley’s loved ones, who have been waiting anxiously for news since her disappearance.
Divers and Helicopter Involved in Search Effort
As part of the search effort, divers were seen going into the River Wyre near the village on Sunday afternoon. A police helicopter was also seen overhead for around 20 minutes, while officers cordoned off a nearby road. A senior detective was also present at the scene, and a police drone was used to help with the search.
Contacting Lancashire Police for a Response
The BBC has contacted Lancashire Police for a response to the discovery of Ms Bulley’s body. It is expected that more details will be released as the investigation continues, shedding light on the events leading up to Ms Bulley’s tragic death.
The recovery of Nicola Bulley’s body is a sad end to the search effort that has been ongoing for several weeks. The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of safety precautions when walking near rivers or bodies of water, and our hearts go out to Ms Bulley’s family and loved ones during this difficult time.