THURSDAY 6.30PM: There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Bicker mum-of-three Diane Tytheridge (60) who went missing in June, police have confirmed today.
A formal identification confirmed that a woman’s body found on a beach near Anderby Creek in September was that of Miss Tytheridge.
Central Lincolnshire coroner Stuart Fisher opened and adjourned an inquest into Miss Tythridge’s death on Monday.
MONDAY 4.40PM: An inquest has been opened into the death of a mum-of-three from Bicker whose body was found on the Lincolnshire coast.
Diane Tytheridge went missing from her home in the village on June 25 and fears grew for her safety after she telephoned Boston’s Pilgrim where she worked to tell them she wouldn’t be coming in. Police carried out an extensive search of Boston and Skegness for Diane whose body was found by a dog walker in an area of dunes near Anderby Creek on September 15. Diane’s three children, Candy, Daniel and Julia, made an emotional appeal for their mum to contact police just a week after she was last season talking to a driver at Boston Bus Station.
They said: “Mumma, we are all worried sick about you, we love you more than words can say and we are all here to support you. “Please get in touch with one of us so we know you are safe - we love you.” Central Lincolnshire coroner Stuart Fisher opened and adjourned the inquest on Monday after a post-mortem was carried out on Diane’s body.