Police say they will speak to as many people as possible in their bid to find Nicola Bulley.

08:07, Sun, Feb 5, 2023 | UPDATED: 08:13, Sun, Feb 5, 2023

Forensic expert says 'I would look into' Nicola Bulley's phone

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A witness has come forward to speak to Lancashire Police as the search for Nicola Bulley continues. The mother of two went missing nine days ago while walking her dog, Willow, in St Michaels on Wyre. Police have said that the "working hypothesis" is that Nicola fell into the river, but her family has questioned this.

On Saturday, police released an image of a potential witness, and this person has now come forward to speak to police.

Later that evening, the force said it was "pleased to say that the woman came forward very quickly", stressing that she was "very much being treated as a witness."

They added: "[The woman] was one of many people in St Michael's on Friday, 27 January.

"Our enquiries to find Nicola are extensive and will include speaking to as many members of the public as possible."

Nicola Bulley

Nicola Bulley with her dog Willow (Image: PA)

The key witness pictured on CCTV

The key witness pictured on CCTV (Image: CCTV)

The key witness was pictured on CCTV wearing a yellow jacket and pushing a young child in a pram.

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