Nicola Bulley – latest: Police to hold press conference as ‘stained glove’ recovered from nearby field
Police are set to give a press conference later this morning, as they seek to combat disinformation surrounding the disappearance of missing dogwalker Nicola Bulley.
Her partner Paul Ansell has reportedly expressed “frustration” with the progress made in the police search, as the hunt for Ms Bulley enters its third week.
“He’s struggling to get answers that he wants,” forensic expert Peter Faulding was quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, officials searching for Ms Bulley have been handed a “stained glove” from a field near where she was last seen on 27 January.
On 7 February, two walkers found the glove yards away from the bench where the 45-year-old mother-of-two’s mobile phone was found.
The authorities took away the blue-coloured ski glove from the scene, though they asserted that the main line of investigation – that Ms Bulley fell into the River Wyre – has not changed, reports The Telegraph.
Ms Bulley disappeared while walking her springer spaniel Willow in the village of St Michael’s on Wyre, Lancashire, after she dropped her two daughters – aged six and nine – at school.