A body has been found during a search for missing mother Fiona Edson, who has disappeared from Chippenham.
Fiona, 51, was last seen leaving her home in Monkton Park, Wiltshire, at 1pm on June 25.
She was sitting on her gray electric scooter and was wearing a khaki shirt and jean shorts.
According to police, she wore her dark hair in a ponytail and wore glasses.
Now on day six of the search, Wiltshire Police have confirmed a body has been found in the Calne area.
However, a formal identification is still pending.
Police added that Fiona’s family was informed and the death was not being treated as “suspicious”.
A spokesman said: “Although no formal identification has yet taken place, Fiona’s family have been informed of this development and are being supported by professionals.”
“You have asked for privacy at this extremely difficult time.
“Our thoughts remain with Fiona’s family and friends.”
Since she was reported missing, officers, specialist search officers, colleagues from the Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service and volunteers from the Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service (WiLSAR) have been conducting extensive searches between the Chippenham and Calne areas.
Dozens of specially trained volunteers were involved in the hunt, as was the police helicopter that circled the city twice on Monday, and drones.
Earlier Saturday, a police spokesman confirmed the search was focused on a river in the Monkton Park area.
Dogs were used by search parties on Thursday, which included police officers, members of the Fire Service and Wiltshire Search and Rescue.