Gaynor Lord: Police release CCTV of missing mums last known movements

Police have released footage of the last-known movements of missing mum Gaynor Lord as they continue to search for her.

The missing mum-of-three was last seen leaving work early at Jarrolds department store in Norwich city centre on Friday, December 8. Police identified Mrs Lord, 55, leaving the store at 2.45pm.

The force is now appealing to members of the public for any information on the missing mum, whose belongings were found scattered around Wensum Park.

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A white shirt, yellow tank top, two rings, a mobile phone and pair of glasses were found at the park 1.5 miles from her workplace. Her raincoat was discovered in the River Wensum.

Underwater search teams are now investigating the river after police confirmed it was "likely" Mrs Lord may have entered the river.

Investigating officials are "linking in" with the same force who worked on the Nicola Bulley investigation earlier this year, with Lancashire Police confirming they are giving formal assistance on the matter, Sky News reported.

An eyewitness who saw Mrs Lord in Wensum Park just after 8pm says she was "performing a yoga pose" and something "seemed a bit off".

Police are now expanding their search into the surrounding area, with an attempt to trace Mrs Lord leading them to a search of the New Mills Yard pump house on the river.

Eyewitnesses have said police teams are looking in the wasteland opposite Wensum Park, while Mrs Lord's friends say she would often walk the family dog in the area she went missing.

The park has been closed to members of the public since Saturday as investigations into the disappearance continue, with the Daily Star previously reporting the "unusual" last movements from the mum.

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