Body is found in hunt for lacking woman, 42, who asked taxi driver to fall her off at Beachy Head
- Natalie McCallum, 42, from Leatherhead, Surrey, very last seen Wednesday morning
- A system believed to be that of Ms McCallum was learned at 12.30pm today
- Enquiries are ongoing to establish the instances of her dying
- For confidential assist simply call the Samaritans on 116123 or stop by a nearby Samaritans branch, see www.samaritans.org for information
A system has been located in the research for a missing Surrey woman who was dropped off at Beachy Head by a taxi.
Police issued an urgent attractiveness soon after Natalie McCallum, 42, from Leatherhead, Surrey, was past witnessed becoming dropped off near the East Sussex elegance spot at all around 11.40am on Wednesday.
A body was found out at close to 12.30pm these days, with official identification yet to choose spot.
Natalie McCallum, 42, from Leatherhead, Surrey, who was past noticed remaining dropped off in the vicinity of the East Sussex beauty place at about 11.40am on Wednesday
Surrey Law enforcement said in a assertion: ‘A entire body, believed to be that of missing girl Natalie McCallum, was identified in Beachy Head earlier todaye (21 January).
‘Natalie, 42, was documented lacking yesterday afternoon (20 January). The discovery was produced at around 12.30pm.
‘Although formal identification is yet to take location, Natalie’s family members are knowledgeable and currently being specified the proper assist. Our feelings continue to be with them at this complicated time.
Beachy Head, in close proximity to Eastbourne, East Sussex, around to where a taxi is considered to have dropped off Ms McCallum on Wednesday morning
‘Enquiries are ongoing to set up the situations of her demise.
‘We would like to thank every person who shared our attractiveness and assisted with the lookup.’
For confidential assist simply call the Samaritans on 116123 or stop by a local Samaritans branch, see www.samaritans.org for specifics.