Nicola Bulley latest: Dive expert says search would have been different if they’d been told of health issues

An independent dive specialist involved in the search for Nicola Bulley said his team would have adopted a completely different strategy had police told them about the missing mother’s health problems.

With the new known information, he predicts that she is more likely to have washed up at sea or simply wandered off.

The 45-year-old disappeared while walking a dog along the River Wyre on January 27 – ten days later Specialist Group International was called in to search for her.

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They spent 72 hours searching an area of ​​water near where the missing mother’s phone was found on a bench, with police investigators reportedly working on the hypothesis that she had accidentally fallen into the water, but at clear mind.

However, SGI boss Peter Faulding told the Mirror last night he was as surprised as anyone when Lancashire Police revealed Nicola was struggling.

He has also criticized the decision to make the sensitive information public in the first place.

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