Police search playing fields near river in hunt for missing student Libby Squire, 21, who disappeared more than six weeks ago
- Libby Squire has been missing since February 1 after going on a night out
- Police confirmed they were searching Oak Road playing fields earlier today
Police searching for missing student Libby Squire are trawling through playing fields near the River Hull in a bid to find the 21-year-old.
Witnesses said that police had been at the site on Tuesday afternoon with marine officers at the scene.
Police have confirmed they were seen searching Oak Road playing fields as part of an ‘ongoing investigation’.
Libby Squire (pictured above left and right) has been missing since February 1
Police have confirmed they were seen searching Oak Road playing fields (pictured above) as part of an ‘ongoing investigation’
Officers were seen at the Old Kingston Rowing Club building, based in the playing fields, off Beresford Avenue, on Tuesday afternoon.
It is understood police were at Oak Road playing fields as part of the investigation into the disappearance of Libby Squire.
Two police vans can be seen parked up on the Oak Road playing fields as part of the investigation into missing Libby Squire
Oak Road playing fields have been at the centre of the search for missing Libby in recent weeks. The 21-year-old went missing in the early hours of February 1 after last being seen at the junction of Haworth Street and Beverley Road.
A police spokeswoman said: ‘Officers have been in attendance at Oak Road playing fields again today in Hull as part of an ongoing investigation.’