Forensic investigations into the death of university student Libby Squire are ongoing after her body was found seven weeks after she went missing, an inquest into her death has heard.
An inquest is due to open later on Monday into the death of university student Libby Squire, whose body was found more than a month after she went missing.
The mother of university student Libby Squire, whose body was found last week after a near seven-week search, has told of her family’s heartache at the loss of her “darling” daughter.
Students are staff at Hull University have been left “devastated” by the death of Libby Squire, according to the vice chancellor and the president of the students’ union.
Tributes have been paid to university student Libby Squire after her body was found in the Humber Estuary.
A body recovered from the Humber Estuary is female, but police said her identity has still not been confirmed.
The family of missing student Libby Squire have said they miss her “beyond belief” as they marked six weeks since she disappeared by releasing video footage of their daughter.
The father of a woman who disappeared nearly 10 years ago has said the parents of missing student Libby Squire should “keep up hope”.
Missing student Libby Squire can be seen joking with friends from university in new video released by police, who say it is increasingly likely “she has come to harm”.