PUBLISHED: 07:48 10 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:22 10 January 2018
A body believed to be that of Carol Smalley has been found. Picture: Norfolk Police
A body found at an RSPB nature reserve is believed to be that of a 54-year-old woman who went missing from a Norfolk beach.
A body of a female was found on a beach at Minsmere Nature Reserve in Suffolk on Tuesday.
While police said formal identification of the woman’s body is due to take place, it is believed to be that of 54-year-old Carol Smalley, from Lincolnshire.
Her next of kin have been informed.
Police said the death is not being treated as suspicious and a file for the coroner will now be prepared.
Mrs Smalley was last seen on Wednesday, January 3 with her clothes and a bag found on a beach at Hopton.
Her disappearance had led to extensive searches with police even using a drone.
Previous searches involved lifeboat crews and Coastguard teams, a Lowland Search and Rescue Team and the Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service.
TOLEDO (13abc Action News) UPDATE: Toledo police have found the missing teenager. They posted the following message on Facebook: “Thankfully, Quamell Jones has been found safe … A passerby saw him walking on the AW Trail by Sherwood. Thank you for the shares. Great job to the citizen that stopped and called #toledopolice! Thanks to the teachers from Autism Model Academy that joined the search.”
Toledo Police tell 13abc that officers are still searching for 15-year-old Quamell Jones. Quamell was last seen on N. Holland Sylvania early Saturday morning. The teen has autism and police say he functions at an 8-year-old level. Wind chills overnight were below zero. Toledo Police said they have K-9s, marked units, and even a drone looking for the autistic teenager.
Quamell is a black male and was last seen wearing a puffy style black coat, blue jeans, and brown shoes. He weighs 120 pounds and it 5’9″.
He used to live on Fernwood and attends the Autism Model Academy over on Tremainsville. If you have any idea of where Quamell Jones may be, call 9-1-1 or 419-245-1111. LINK