Parents of missing mum share last conversation and fear ‘someone has got her’
The heartbroken parents of a woman who went missing on Friday (January 27) have described the last conversation they had with their daughter.
The mum and dad of Nicola Bulley, Ernest, 73, and Dot, 72, said that their daughter had been in good spirits when they last spoke but now feared "has somebody got her?"
The pair spoke to the Mirror on the sixth day of efforts to find their daughter, 45, from Inskip, Lancashire.
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Dad Ernest said that mortgage advisor Nicola enjoyed her job and didn’t have any health problems.
He spoke about the most recent conversation they two had shared.
He said: "Her mind was great, we picked the children up the Thursday before she went missing, as we do every Thursday.
"We took them home, Nicola had had a meeting with her boss in Garstang and she said can you stay a bit later because I have an important client coming in on Zoom. We said 'no problem' and stayed.
"She had done her work and she was very upbeat about getting her mortgage sorted.
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"I said we better go now and Nicola came to the front door, and I gave her a kiss and told her I loved her and that was the last conversation I had with her."
Nicola was last seen at 9:20am on Friday walking her dog, Willow, on a footpath along the River Wyre after she dropped her two daughters off at school.
No clues have yet emerged, despite a major search using divers, sniffer dogs and a helicopter. "There was no sign of a slip or falling in so our thought was 'has somebody got her'?
"I asked the Sergeant from Fleetwood a few days ago, 'is there any chance of her being taken' and she said 'I don't think that's the case'.
"I said 'how can you know that?', it's such an isolated area, the only way that has happened is if it was someone who knew her.
"We just dread to think we will never see her again, if the worst came to the worst and she was never found, how will we deal with that for the rest of our lives."
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But despite his worst fears, he added: "We will never stop looking.”
Police were called when Willow was found running loose and Nicola’s phone was discovered on a park bench still connected to a call with her work.
Dot told the Mirror: "Our worst time is when it gets dark.
"We find it really hard to think about wondering 'is she ok' and 'where is she?'
"But [the police] tell us 24 hours a day they are on it and still working. You wake in the night and you can't get back off to sleep."
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