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Mother of Murdered Libby Squire Sends Message of Hope

Mother of Murdered Libby Squire Sends Message of Hope

The mother of Libby Squire, who was found murdered after she disappeared in 2019, has sent a heartfelt message to Nicola Bulley’s partner imploring him to ‘not give up hope’

Lisa Squire (pictured), the mother of 21-year-old Libby Squire, who disappeared in Hull in 2019, sent a message to Paul imploring him to never stop searching for his partner.

Missing two-parent mother Friday, January 27th, Nicola went missing while walking her dog in the Lancashire village of St. Michael’s.

Lisa Squire, the mother of 21-year-old Libby Squire, who disappeared in Hull in 2019, sent Paul a message imploring him to never stop searching for his partner.

Please don’t lose hope, Lisa pleaded. Put one foot in front of the other and maintain optimism for a favorable outcome.

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She added, “It’s the uncertainty that’s so difficult,” according to The Sun.

The body of Libby Squire was discovered seven weeks later by a boat crew in the Humber Estuary, and the ongoing search for Nicola brings back painful memories for Libby’s grieving mother, Lisa.

The search for Nicola enters its third week at this point.

Peter Faulding, who conducted underwater searches for the mother of two, has urged others in the surrounding area to remain vigilant for anything unusual.

He told The Times, “People within several miles of St. Michael’s should be on the lookout for any suspicious activity.”

In addition to search experts, her partner Paul Ansell is now requesting a broader land search to help locate the 45-year-old missing woman.

This week, Mr. Ansell tied yellow ribbons with messages of hope to a local bridge and attached a note that read, “Nikki, I love you!” Come home at once’

Last week, Faulding, 60, spent three days searching the River Wyre for any trace of the missing mother.

According to the world’s foremost forensic search expert, the 45-year-old is not in the water, as suggested by police.

Mr. Faulding stated that it is time to ‘consider all options’ and has vowed to investigate ‘possible deposition sites’, especially given the report of’suspicious people loitering’ in the area where she vanished.

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Yesterday, he told MailOnline, “If someone is in the woods, I will find them.”

He has provided police with a map of potential hiding spots for the body, stating that these are likely to be “ditches, hedgerows, and wooded areas” – or anywhere a vehicle could be parked and a body dumped without being spotted.

Unfounded theories spread online by true crime fanatics, conspiracy theorists, and social media trolls have complicated the search for the missing mother of two.

The 45-year-old was last seen on January 27 at approximately 9:10 a.m., walking her dog Willow along a river near her home in Inskip.

The case of the missing mother of two has evoked painful memories for Lisa Squire, the mother of Libby Squire, who disappeared in 2019.

Early on February 1, 2019, 28-year-old Polish butcher Pawel Relowicz dumped Libby Squire’s body in the River Hull after raping her on a playing field.

In February 2021, the married father of two was sentenced to a minimum of 27 years in prison by the Sheffield Crown Court.

Libby, a student of philosophy at the University of Hull, was out with friends when the murderer stumbled upon her.

She took a taxi home, which dropped her off in front of her residence, but she did not enter.

Drunk and dressed for a party, she wandered in the wrong direction and fell asleep in the snow.

CCTV footage captured Libby, disoriented and possibly hypothermic, being ushered into Relowicz’s silver Vauxhall Astra, which was parked a half-mile from her residence.