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Parents of missing dog walker Nicola Bulley fear ‘somebody got her’ | Lancashire

parents of Missing Lancashire woman Nicola Bulli said she was afraid “someone got her” because dog Walker’s disappearance came on the sixth day.

Bulli, Mortgage Consultant and mother of two, missing last Friday, with her mobile Telephone found on a bench not far from where she was last visible on trail along the River Wyre in st michaels on Wyre, Lancashire.

Speaking to the Mirror, 45-year-old parents Ernest, 73, and Dot, 72, said she was in poor health problems and was in good spirits enjoy their work.

Ernest said: “It wasn’t sign of slip or fall in so we thought, “Did anyone get her?” A few days ago I asked a sergeant from Fleetwood, “Are there any chance of they take her,” and she said, “I don’t think so.”

“I said, ‘how you can know which?’. It’s such an isolated area way if it was someone who knew her.”

He added: “We just it’s scary to think that we’ll never see her again. If the worst got to the worst and she never was found, how we will deal with which for relaxation of our lives?”

Dot said, “Our worst time is when it gets dark. We find it really hard think about wondering, “Is she okay?” and “where is she?” added: “You wake up in night and you can’t get back off sleep.”

Meanwhile, the Lancashire Evening Post reported that police had searched abandoned house against bench on What phone did Bully have? found.

She was walking her dog, Springer Spaniel Willow, who was found freely between the river and bench.

Police said they were “open-minded” about what happened, but did not believe Bully was attacked.

Search of in area with the involvement of police specialists, the rescue service of the Coast Guard and Bowland in the mountains continues.

Bulley is described as white, 5’3″ with light shoulder-length chestnut hair. While of her disappearance she was wearing together, black vest jacket with hood, black jeans and olive green rubber boots.

Anyone who saw her or information about where she might be, asking call 101, citing magazine 565 of January 30 or call 999 if they have immediate aim.

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