The sister-in-law of missing former policeman David Leman has spoken to Calendar's Kate Hemingway about his family's anguish.
David Le-Man's sister in law, Abigail Taylor, has been speaking to Calendar News about the search for the missing 51 year old. David disappeared whilst out walking his dog Millie ten days ago in Skegness. Earlier today a body was found on the coast, but it has not yet been identified.
Police were called to an area North of Gibraltar Point, Skegness, at 11.50am this morning , Thursday February 14, after a man's body was discovered on the beach by a local birdwatcher.
Lincolnshire Police say the body has been in the water and it is too early to confirm if the body is that of missing man, David Le-Man.
A police and Coroner's investigation will now take place and it may be a few days before further information is available.
Former policeman David Leman has been missing for ten days. Today his distraught wife Sally has been talking exclusively to Calendar's Kate Hemingway
Former policeman David Leman has now been missing for 10 days since he was last seen walking his dog at Gibraltar Point in Skegness.
The alarms was raised when his dog Millie was found wandering alone but there was no sign of Mr Leman.
Today his family , who have organised several searches at the resort, have released some new pictures of him.
Police and a team of volunteers will resume the search today for dog walker David Leman who disappeared three days ago. He was reported missing after his dog was found near Skegness' Gibraltar Point.
Detectives are also looking through the town and reviewing CCTV from the time of his disappearance on Monday morning february 4, when he parked his car on South Parade to walk his dog Millie.
Lincolnshire Police gave the go-ahead on Wednesday for a team of volunteers to join in the search. They began their search from the resort's south parade car park at 9am.
David is of mixed race, around six foot tall with a shaven head. His clothing has not been confirmed but is thought to be jeans and a hooded jacket.
Search teams have spent a second day looking for a man who took his dog out for a walk in Skegness, and only the dog came home. David Leman was reported missing on Monday night after his dog was found with his lead still attached. James Webster reports.
Dog walkers are being asked if they remember seeing missing man David Leman and his dog, Millie, is Skegness on Monday morning. Millie is a black dog with a white patch on her chest.
The search for missing dog walker David Leman is being stepped up by Lincolnshire Police, who say they are "very concerned " for his welfare. Mr Leman, who is 51, has been missing since Monday morning. He parked his car in South Parade car park in Skegness and took his dog, Millie, for a walk.
Millie was found later that day with her lead attached but her owner is still missing. The Coastguard helicopter and search teams have helping in the search, as have Louth Search and Rescue Dogs.
Mr Leman is of mixed race, around 6 feet tall with a shaven head. His clothing has not been confirmed but is thought to be jeans and a hooded jacket.
Police would particularly like to hear from any dog walkers who may have seen David and Millie - she is a black dog with a white patch on her chest and was wearing a red collar. Anyone with information should contact Lincolnshire Police on 101, quoting the incident number.