The search for 55-year-old Gaynor Lord is ongoing as police probe five clues in the mystery of her disappearance. Gaynor Lord went missing in Norwich, and police divers, fire crews, and the coastguard are searching the River Wensum with sonar equipment for any signs of her. Drones have also been utilized in the search for Gaynor, as well as foot searches. Police are focusing on five clues to help locate her, and they have noted that they have no evidence of Gaynor coming to any harm.
The first clue being observed by the police is the discovery of Gaynor’s olive-colored coat floating in the River Wensum late on a Friday evening. The presence of her clothing, rings, and mobile phone in Norwich’s Wensum Park adds to the mystery of her disappearance. Police believe that she went missing at least somewhat unclothed, with her white work shirt, yellow tank top, and jewelry found spread out at different sites across the city center park. Her early departure from work at the Jarrold’s department store and the fact that she didn’t take her normal route home are also being looked into.
The last sighting of Gaynor was at 2:45 pm on London Street in Norwich, and the discovery of her ID inside a handbag led to her being declared missing by the police. Norwich Constabulary is working with the National Crime Agency to seek assistance from forces with underwater dive capabilities. Supt Wes Hornigold assured that resources are being deployed to help in the search for Gaynor, and specialist officers are supporting her family through this difficult time. The timeline of Gaynor’s last movements is being pieced together by the police in an attempt to locate her.