Police divers scour waters in hunt for missing mother

Police divers are today searching the waters at Castle Marina in Nottingham as part of the hunt for missing mother Elizabeth Kinston.

The 37-year-old GP has been missing for two weeks, having last been spotted on CCTV walking towards the marina on November 1.

Police divers have been called in in the search for missing mother Elizabeth Kinston
Police divers have been called in in the search for missing mother Elizabeth Kinston Credit: ITV News Central

It is believed she may have been suffering from post-natal depression before she went missing.

Her car was found abandoned at Broad Marsh car park, with her purse and phone inside.

Her husband David has issued a desperate appeal for her to get in touch.

The divers are searching Castle Marina in Nottingham
The divers are searching Castle Marina in Nottingham Credit: ITV News Central

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Service in memory of missing GP

A service of celebration is being held in Nottingham today in memory of Elizabeth Kinston. The body of the GP who went missing from her home in Beeston, Nottingham on November 1 was found two weeks later in parkland in the city.