Police are trying to find a person at a rustic park in Scotland after a trainer was discovered lifeless 9 miles away.
Marelle Sturrock, 35, was found at 8.40am on Tuesday in a property in Jura Avenue, Glasgow. Police Scotland stated her demise is being handled as suspicious.
Officers later descended on Mugdock Nation Park, simply outdoors the town in East Dunbartonshire, the place they’re trying to find a person.
Detective Chief Inspector Cheryl Kelly stated: “A visual police presence will stay at each areas as our work continues.
“Officers have been finishing up in depth searches of Mugdock nation park in relation to a lacking particular person within the space.
“That is being handled as linked to the demise at Jura Avenue and inquiries stay ongoing.”
Ms Sturrock labored at Sandwood Major College in Glasgow and on Wednesday dad and mom have been advised of her demise.
Headteacher Fiona Donnelly stated in a letter: “It’s with deep sorrow that I need to inform you in regards to the sudden demise of Ms Sturrock who’s a beloved member of our educating employees.
“I do know that this can come as a shock to our college group, and we are going to do all that we are able to to help kids, employees and households by what might be a tough and difficult time.
“Now we have had help in class right this moment from our instructional psychologists who might be right here over the subsequent few days to supply assist and recommendation.
“I hope that you’ll perceive that there are not any different particulars that I can share at the moment however wished to let our households know the tragic information from the college.”
Ms Sturrock was from the Scottish Highlands, however moved to Glasgow when she was 17 to pursue a profession within the performing arts. She later grew to become a main college trainer after finishing her postgraduate diploma in schooling.
Ms Kelly stated: “Our ideas are with Marelle’s household and pals, in addition to everybody affected by this tragic incident.
“We’re offering her household with help at this extremely tough time as our investigation to determine the total circumstances continues.”
She added there was “not believed to be any threat to the broader public” however anybody with info or issues ought to contact police on 101.