A family has paid tribute to a GP whose body was found on grassland in Nottingham two weeks after she went missing from home.
Mother-of-two, Elizabeth Kinston, was last seen on November 1 after she left her home in Beeston, Nottinghamshire. Police said she had been suffering post-natal depression.
The 37-year-old’s body was discovered in the Dunkirk area of Nottingham last Thursday, and formal identification has now taken place.
Ms Kinston’s family have released a statement thanking people for their support:
We would like to thank all of our friends, her patients and members of the public who have offered support, love and well wishes during the last few weeks. A special thanks to the police, who worked tirelessly.
Our beautiful Lizzie was found resting peacefully on Thursday 14 November.
We love her so much and are so incredibly proud of everything she achieved during her wonderful life.
An amazing mum, daughter, sister, wife and friend. We love you Lizzie.
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