Woman ‘vanished into thin air’ after walking her dog

The 45-year-old woman went missing in the village of St. Michael’s on Wyre.

A woman has been reported missing after she dropped off her two young daughters at school before taking her springer spaniel for her usual walk along the river. Her partner claimed that it was as if she had “vanished into thin air”.

Mortgage broker Nicola Bulley waved at other pet walkers as she took a path along the River Wyre in Lancashire, northern England, police say.

During the walk, he participated in a work conference call, though he kept his camera off and his microphone muted.

By 9:30 a.m., the Teams call had ended, but Bulley was still connected.

A short time later, their dog Willow was found wandering alone. Her phone was found on a bench by the river. But Bulley was gone.

The 45-year-old woman went missing in the village of St. Michael’s on the Wyre on Friday, January 27. She has not been seen or heard from since.

Stephanie Benyon, a friend of Bulley’s whose children attend the same school, said she is a “kind, loyal and caring person who adores her two daughters, family and friends.”

A search party launched by Lancashire Police involving specialist resources is now in its eighth day.

Agents say they do not believe her disappearance is suspicious and that people “should not speculate or spread false rumours.”

However, this has done little to assuage public concern, as some local women fear going out into the town where Bulley disappeared, the Daily Mirror reported.

The case also comes at a time of heightened mistrust of police, after former London Metropolitan Police officer David Carrick recently admitted to a litany of sexual assaults on women, prompting calls for an investigation into the UK’s largest police service.

last steps

Other people walking their dogs that morning were the last to see Bulley before he disappeared, and there appeared to be nothing unusual about his attitude.

According to Lancashire Police Superintendent Sally Riley, Bulley was familiar with the area and used to do the same walk.

A friend of Bulley’s told the Mirror that she had spoken to two dog walkers who had seen Bulley that day, and who said she had been “laughing and joking” with them as she walked by.

Bulley’s partner of 12 years, Paul Ansell, rushed to the scene after receiving a call from his daughters’ school that the family dog ​​had been found, Bulley’s friend told the Mirror. She quickly called the police.

During Friday’s press conference, Superintendent Riley said officers were “particularly interested” in the time between placing the phone in the bank at 9:20 am and retrieving the device 10 minutes later.

“We only have a 10-minute window in which we cannot account for Nicola’s movements,” he said.

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