Nicola Bulley latest updates: Search for missing dog walker moves to sea as conspiracy theories swirl

The head of a specialist diving company looking for the missing Nicola Bulley speaks up

Police last night issued a break-up order after a vigilante search party combed an abandoned house in search of Nicola Bulley, as the search for the missing dog walker had now shifted to the sea.

Ms Bulley disappeared 12 days ago shortly after taking her two daughters to school. Her phone was found on a riverside bench, still connected to a call from Microsoft Teams, while her dog roamed free nearby.

Lancashire Police said the decision to issue the order “followed reports from people – from outside the St Michael area” filming near properties on social media.

“The order will remain in effect for 48 hours and gives officers the power to disperse anyone who engages in antisocial behavior.

“Two dissemination notices have been issued and a number of other individuals have been warned about their conduct.”

The force added that it “would not tolerate crime, including trespassing and criminal vandalism.”

It comes as the search for the mother of two has now reached the river mouth near Fleetwood and police are looking along the west coast and out into the Irish Sea and Morecambe Bay. Sky news reports.


ICYMI: Search Expert’s river hunt ends without solving the “mystery” of missing Nicola Bulley

An underwater search expert has said the case of missing mother-of-two Nicola Bulley is a “complete mystery” after his team was unable to locate her.

Peter Faulding, who was called by the family to help find Ms Bulley, met her partner Paul Ansell on Wednesday and told him she still hadn’t been found.

Sravasti DasguptaFebruary 10, 2023 07:00


Nicola Bulley disappeared two weeks ago and the police couldn’t get close to her

Five hundred lines of inquiry, three potential witnesses have been approached and a private diving expert team deployed – but there’s still no sign dog walker Nicola Bulley is missing.

Sravasti DasguptaFebruary 10, 2023 06:00


Nicola Bulley’s partner visits the crime scene while the dive expert finishes the search

The partner of the missing mother-of-two, Nicola Bulley, visited the riverbank where she disappeared on Wednesday.

Paul Ansell spent about 10 minutes near a bench overlooking the River Wyre in St Michael’s on Wyre.

Sravasti DasguptaFebruary 10, 2023 05:00


The 12-mile body of water that could be the key to finding Nicola Bulley

The focus of Thursday’s search for Nicola Bulley shifted miles downstream from the site near St Michael on Wyre where her phone and beloved dog Willow were found on the morning of January 27.

Footage showed lifeboats searching the estuary at the mouth of the River Wyre where it joins Morecambe Bay, a boundless body of water that empties into the Irish Sea.

Sravasti DasguptaFebruary 10, 2023 04:00


“My husband went for a walk like Nicola Bulley a year ago – people don’t just disappear”

The wife of a man who went missing a year ago has urged Nicola Bulley’s family to “keep the faith” and said “people don’t just disappear”.

Lucy Creaney said she still believes her husband Finn Creaney, who disappeared almost a year ago after embarking on a solo trek in Loch Naver, Sutherland, is still alive.

She has urged Ms Bulley’s family to speak out positively as the search for the missing dog walker has been extended to the sea – some 12 miles downstream from where she was last seen.

Joe MiddletonFebruary 10, 2023 03:00


Nicola Bulley: The search for the missing mother of two moves to the shores of Morecambe Bay

Nicola Bulley: The search for the missing mother of two moves to the shores of Morecambe Bay

Joe MiddletonFebruary 10, 2023 02:00


Nicola Bulley disappeared two weeks ago and the police haven’t gotten close to her – so what happens now?

As the search broadens, there are still more questions than answers in the mysterious case of a missing dog walker. Thomas Kingsley reports.

Joe MiddletonFebruary 10, 2023 1:00 am


The search for Nicola Bulley shifts to sea while police stop vigilantes hunting a derelict house

The search for Nicola Bulley has now reached the sea as police were forced to issue a dispersal order to stop vigilantes searching riverside properties for the missing mother-of-two.

The 45-year-old mortgage adviser disappeared on January 27 while taking her dog on a routine morning walk along the River Wyre in the village of St Michael’s on Wyre after dropping off her daughters, aged six and nine, at the nearby school .

Her cellphone was spotted on a riverbank bench, still connected to a work call from Microsoft Teams, while her springer spaniel was loosely roaming nearby. The ensuing search for her, now on day 13, has “stunned” investigators and garnered widespread national attention.

Joe MiddletonFebruary 9, 2023 11:59 p.m


Nicola Bulley: 5 Things Forensic Scientists’ Claims About The Dog Walker’s Disappearance Are Wrong

A forensic expert leading the underwater search for missing Nicola Bulley was “stunned” by “strange” events surrounding the mother’s disappearance.

The 45-year-old disappeared while out walking her regular dog in the quiet village of St Michael’s in Wyre, Lancashire.

She took her children to school, took her spaniel Willow for a walk by the river and was sighted by a witness around 9am, but despite an extensive search she has yet to be found.

Joe MiddletonFebruary 9, 2023 11:00 p.m


ICYMI: ‘Confusing Case’: Private rescue team confirms withdrawing from search for Nicola Bulley

‘Confusing case’: Private rescue team confirms withdrawing from search for Nicola Bulley

Joe MiddletonFebruary 9, 2023 10:00 p.m


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