The family and friends of Nicola Bulley, who went missing late last month, are devastated after a body was found in a river in Buckinghamshire, England. While formal identification has not yet been confirmed, police say the body is believed to be that of the missing mother of two.
Bulley, 43, was last seen in the early hours of January 27th in the town of Marlow. She was reported missing the following day, and a search operation involving police, volunteers, and specialist teams was launched.
Over the past few days, authorities have been investigating the discovery of a body in the River Thames near Bourne End. The body was found by two dog walkers on Friday morning, and police have now confirmed that the body is that of a woman.
While formal identification has yet to be carried out, the police have informed Bulley’s family of the discovery. A statement from the family said they were “devastated” and “still trying to come to terms with this tragic news.”
The investigation into Bulley’s disappearance had generated significant attention, with appeals for information from the public and a significant social media campaign. The police have thanked the public for their assistance in the search and investigation.
The discovery of the body has sparked renewed concern over the safety of the area, with some residents calling for increased security measures. However, the police have assured the public that they do not believe there to be a wider risk to the community.
As investigations continue, the police are asking anyone with information about Bulley’s disappearance or the discovery of the body to come forward. They have also urged members of the public to respect the privacy of Bulley’s family and friends during this difficult time.
The tragic discovery of the body is a devastating blow to those who knew and loved Bulley and has sent shockwaves through the community. As the investigation continues, people are hoping for answers and closure for the family and friends of the missing mother.
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