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Real estate agent Chelsie Dack had to be identified from her dental records after her body was washed up on a beach three weeks after she disappeared, according to an investigation.
Miss Dack, 20, disappeared from her apartment at Gorleston-on-Sea in Norfolk in the early hours of April 20 this year.
A large police search was launched, with Coast Guard helicopters and volunteers signing up to help, along with a Facebook group that had 13,000 members.
But after just two days of searching, officers called off the search after it was decided that she had entered the water at Gorleston.
On May 11, her body was discovered on the beach at Sizewell, Suffolk, about 40 miles from her home.
Opening an investigation today has heard that her death was “consistent with immersion in water.”
Mrs Howell who also lives in Gorleston
That said he didn’t think his pink-haired daughter had become depressed due to the coronavirus lockdown.
She said at the time: ‘I don’t think he had anything to do with it. She was happy. We just don’t get it. ‘
Ms Howell added: ‘I can’t understand this. She is very out of the ordinary as she is the most bubbly person.
‘She really is so happy and cheerful. I have no idea why it could have disappeared.
Chelsie showed no sign of being under stress in her last Facebook post just hours
disappeared when he thanked a person who had found his lost driving license on the street and returned it to him.
Earlier in the day, she also posted two selfies of herself smiling and sticking her tongue out, prompting her mother to reply ‘Beautiful’.
Michael Smith, a senior branch manager for Howards Real Estate Agency in Lowestoft, paid tribute to her after her body was found.
He said: ‘Our beautiful friend and colleague, Chelsie, has finally been returned to her loving family and we really hope that everyone who knew and loved her can find some comfort in her grief knowing that she has come’ home ‘ .
Chelsie was also a member of our “work” family; From the day she started, she lit up our office with her contagious enthusiasm and outgoing personality.
“ She brought the puzzle piece that she completed for us, that made each day a joy and a pleasure to be a part of, and with her passing now a heart-shaped piece is missing.
“There is only one word that sums up our lost friend and anyone who had the pleasure of talking to her would know that word is perfect.”