A body has been found in the search for missing Scots mum Lisa Haining. The 50-year-old disappeared from her home in Dundonald, South Ayrshire, on January 20, sparking a huge search effort.
Sadly, police confirmed a body was found in a car in the Leggatston Road area of Darnley, Glasgow, at roughly 4.20pm on Sunday, January 29.
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Formal identification has yet to take place, however Lisa’s family have been informed. Police say there does not appear to be any suspicious circumstances and a report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 4.20pm on Sunday, 29 January, the body of a woman was found in a car in the Leggatston Road area of Darnley, Glasgow.
“Formal identification has yet to take place but the family of Lisa Haining, reported missing from Dundonald, Ayrshire, have been informed. There do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances and a report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.”
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Following her disappearance, Lisa’s family launched a large-scale social media appeal in a desperate bid to find her. Police enquiries centred around Lisa’ distinctive white Renault Twingo car, which was seen leaving Dundonald in the early hours of Friday.
Mum to Gregor, 22, Emma, 19 and Ewan, 15, Lisa worked as a nurse at Prestwick’s Biggart Hospital and was described as “one in a million” by husband Craig.
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