A BODY has been found by police searching for missing Sarah Cromwell after CCTV showed the final moments before she vanished.
The 36-year-old’s family have been told and are being supported by specially trained officers, said West Yorkshire Police tonight.
Sarah Cromwell had been reported missing on September 17[/caption]
She had last been seen at her Swillington home just after noon on Friday.
Police had described the missing Leeds resident as a white woman with pink, purple and blue multicoloured short hair.
Sarah had been seen carrying a backpack.
On Saturday, the force released new CCTV images of her, which had been taken at about 10.40am on Friday.
But, in an update on the search, West Yorkshire Police said on Sunday night: “Officers involved in the search for Sarah Cromwell who was reported missing on 17 September from the Swillington area of Leeds have this afternoon located the body of a female.
“Sarah’s family have been informed and are being supported by specially trained officers.
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“There are no suspicious circumstances at this time and a report has been prepared for the Coroner.”
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