Nicola Bulley police to hold media conference over missing mum

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Police leading the search for missing mother-of-two Nicola Bulley will hold a press conference this morning as they seek to battle back against disinformation over her disappearance. The update will take place at 11.30am as speculation about what might have happened to the 45-year-old continues to grow – 18 days after she vanished. Lancashire Police Assistant Chief Constable Peter Lawson and Senior Investigating Officer Detective Superintendent Rebecca Smith will lead the conference.

Ms Bulley disappeared on January 27 while walking her springer spaniel Willow in the village of St Michael’s on Wyre, Lancashire. She had also just dropped off her two daughters – aged six and nine – at school.

At a previous press conference on February 3, police told the public of its “main working hypothesis” that she had fallen in the river during a “10-minute window” between 9.10am and 9.20am on January 27.

The force had said her disappearance was not being treated as suspicious.

But 12 days later, Ms Bulley remains missing, and detectives have now extended their search for her to the sea, saying finding her there “becomes more of a possibility”.

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