Louise Brown Wiki – Louise Brown Biography
Louise Brown‘s body was recovered from the River Ouse, days after she went missing and her car was abandoned on York Bridge. The body of Louise Brown, 41, was found by a member of the public in the Yorkshire River yesterday afternoon, days after she disappeared from her home without trace. She was last seen on Wednesday July 26 around 3 p.m. m. in the Heslington Lane area of York. Family and friends alerted police after she did not respond to messages, and it was noted that the white Susuki Swift was not at her home.North Yorkshire Police have since recovered her car, which was parked on Skeldergate Bridge.
Louise Brown was 41 years old.
Body of missing York woman pulled from river Ouse
An urgent appeal was launched, with police describing her disappearance as “completely out of character for Louise”, adding: “There are serious concerns for her well-being.” A police operation involving the Police Underwater Search Unit centered at King’s Staith by the river was launched yesterday when a body was recovered. In a statement, North Yorkshire Police said: “Police searching for missing person Louise Brown have recovered a body from the River Ouse in York.” The discovery was made yesterday afternoon (Monday July 31, 2023) by a member of the public. The body has been identified as missing person Louise Brown and Louise’s next of kin have been informed. “Currently, the police are not treating Louise’s death as suspicious.”