A post-mortem examination of a body found during the search for Gaynor Lord has found no indications of any third-party involvement.

The exam took place this morning and the death is not being treated as suspicious.

The body has not been identified yet.

Gaynor Lord's family has been informed of this update from Norfolk Police and formal identification will take place tomorrow.

Wensum Park has now reopened following the end of the search and floral tributes have been laid at the gates.

Chief Superintendent Dave Buckley, Norfolk’s County Policing Commander, said: “The post-mortem examination has found no signs that any other parties were involved.

“Although our searches have concluded, officers are continuing to work to establish the full circumstances surrounding Gaynor’s disappearance. We will pursue all lines of enquiry to understand why she went missing.

“Our thoughts remain with Gaynor’s family at this incredibly difficult time.”

Gaynor's husband Clive has said he is "totally lost" after a body was found in the search for his wife.

The body was removed from the Wensum yesterday morning following the disappearance of the mother-of-three who was last seen on Friday December 8.

The most recent CCTV footage released showed Gaynor making a diversion off St Augustine's street and walking into Bakers Road.