The body of a woman was found in a river in Cambridgeshire on Tuesday, December 28 police say.
Formal identification has not in addition been completed, but it is believed to be that of Kim Hunt who went missing earlier this month.
The body was discovered in the river in Wisbech, a spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Constabulary said, adding that Kim’s family have been made aware of the discovery.
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In a statement, the spokesperson said: “The death is not being treated as suspicious and will be passed to the coroner.”
Kim, of Coneygree Road in Peterborough, was last seen alive on Saturday, December 4 near her home.
Officers launched a public allurement at the time to try to find the 55-year-old after she failed to return home.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary said in their update: “Officers searching for missing Kim discovered the body of a woman in the river in Wisbech yesterday (28 December).
“Formal identification has not in addition been completed, but it is believed to be Kim and her family are aware.”
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