Sarah Wellgreen: Police divers search a river for missing mother-of-five

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Sarah Wellgreen, 46, from New Ash Green near Dartford, Kent, was last seen on 9th October 2018.

Detectives said they are treating Sarah's disappearance as suspicious and potentially a murder inquiry. Sarah's iPhone 4 is missing and untraceable and none of her bank cards have been used since she disappeared.

Police search teams are combing the areas around the village of New Ash Green near Dartford, Kent, today with volunteers from the village searching footpaths and bridal tracks around the community looking for the missing black iPhone 4.

Police marine units have dredged a river bed as detectives stepped up their search for the missing mother. Specially-trained officers used aquascopes to search underwater as well as using sticks to probe the river bed.

Kent Police said: 'Marine search unit officers are currently searching the River Darent in Dartford town centre in connection with the disappearance and potential murder of New Ash Green mother of five, Sarah Wellgreen.'

Read more on the Daily Mail website