The search for a woman who disappeared while walking her dog and on a work call intensified on Monday (February 6) with underwater search specialists joining an effort to find out what happened to the mother of two who was last seen by an English river 10 days ago.
Police patrolled the riverside, as the Specialist Group International loaded their boat and equipment onto the river in St Michael’s on Wyre.
Nicola Bulley, 45, was last seen walking her dog, Willow, near a river in Lancashire, northwest England, on Jan. 27. Just 25 minutes later, her mobile phone, still connected to a work Teams call, was found on a bench. Willow, her springer spaniel, was found waiting nearby.
Her sudden disappearance has sparked a large search along the river and her case has become widely talked about on social media, with the public offering differing explanations for how Bulley could seemingly disappear without a trace.
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