Family of Nicola Bulley release statement after missing body is identified
Police recovered a body about a mile from where Nicola went missing on Sunday
The family of Nicola Bulley have hit out at the media in a statement after it was confirmed that the body recovered from the River Wyre on Sunday was her.
Assistant Chief Constable Peter Lawson confirmed the tragic news to reporters at a press conference on Monday evening.
Detective Chief Superintendent Pauline Staples read an emotional statement on behalf of Nicola Bulley's family in which they said their "worst fears" had been confirmed.
"We will never be able to comprehend what Nicky had gone through in her last moments"
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