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Heartbreaking moment Nicola Bulley’s six-year-old daughter spots police helicopters searching for missing ‘mummy’

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THIS is the heartbreaking moment Nicola Bulley’s daughter spots helicopters searching for her missing mum.
The dog walker, 45, disappeared after dropping her children off at school in St Michael’s on Wyre, Lancashire, on Friday January 27.
Nicola Bulley, 45, vanished without a trace ten days ago3Nicola Bulley, 45, vanished without a trace ten days agoNicola Bulley's daughter spotted the helicopter searching for her mum3Nicola Bulley’s daughter spotted the helicopter searching for her mumCredit: Not known, clear with picture deskSophie says: 'Them helicopters, they're looking for mummy'3Sophie says: ‘Them helicopters, they’re looking for mummy’Since then there has been no trace of the mum-of-two, leaving her family in agony.
A video shared with Sky News shows her daughter Sophia, six, spotting the search and rescue helicopters searching for her mum.
She is heard saying: “Them helicopters, they’re looking for mummy.”
It comes after a family friend told how her young daughters have been having sleepovers with friends to “take their minds off” the search.
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Pals said Nicola’s girls have been hanging out with pals to keep a sense of normality.
Today another friend told Sky News: “If something was in the diary, it’s been kept in the diary. 
“They are aware that something is happening but we’re trying to keep it away from the school.
“They just desperately want her home and that is all they are asking all the time is “where is she and is she coming home?”‘.

It comes after Cops this week revealed their “main working hypothesis” was that Nicola had “sadly fallen” into the icy River Wyre.
And now a private specialist diving group revealed they are on the way to search the water.
Specialist Group International (SGI) offered to help cops days ago but the force refused, they claim.
Now, Lancashire Police announced the group WILL help in the hunt for Nicola in a late u-turn.
SGI wrote on Facebook this evening: “I have just had a long call with the Lancashire Police search adviser to discuss the search for Nicola. 
“We will work closely with the police search teams who are working long hours to find Nicola.
“The team are leaving shortly from our base in Dorking on route to Lancashire to start tomorrow morning.”

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