Well, it is still unknown whether Nicola Bulley has had any plastic surgery before but the body of Nicola Bulley, which was found in the River Wyre on Sunday, was identified using her dental documents.
Nicola Jane Bulley, a 45-year-old woman who was born in Essex, moved to Lancashire in the late 1990s. She lived in the Inskip village with her 44-year-old partner, who was the father of their two girls.
Bulley worked as a mortgage advisor. On January 10, police and medical staff went to the family’s house in response to a “concern for welfare,” according to the Police, who reported that Bulley had issues with alcohol and perimenopause.
Nicola disappeared while walking her dog in St. Michael’s in Wyre, Lancashire, UK, on January 27, 2023. The prevailing theory, according to Lancashire Constabulary, is that she slipped into the River Wyre.
Soon after, they declared that there was no sign of any suspicious activity or outside involvement in the incident.
However, no corpse was found after a deep investigation of the river and the area by police divers, helicopters, sniffer dogs, and drones.
Were Her Teeth Used to Identify Her Body?
People found her body in some grass 23 days after she went missing, and dental records were used to confirm that it was Nicola Bulley. This was said today at an official inquiry into her death.
Nicola’s body was found in the River Wyre last week, near the area where she was last seen. However, society’s fear of her was confirmed when she was identified.
Dentist Andrew Ian Edwards checked her dental records, which the Police had collected from a previous operation, which was revealed in Preston Coroner’s Court.
Has Nicola Undergone Plastic Surgery Before?
It is still unknown if Nicola Bulley had plastic surgery or not. Although she had a post-mortem, the results have not yet been made public.
According to Dr. Adeley, the family has been informed of the beginning date, time, and location of the official inquiry; however, they have made the decision not to attend which was completely understandable.
He stated that the remaining pieces of evidence gathered by the Police and the results of the post-mortem examination need “additional review” and that a full official inquiry is likely to be held in June after confirming the availability of a Home Office pathologist which will give time to gather or complete findings from the inquiry that has yet to be done.