GP Elizabeth Kinston search: Body formally identified

Elizabeth Kinston
Image caption Elizabeth Kinston gave birth to her second daughter in January

The body of a woman found in Nottingham has been formally identified as missing doctor Elizabeth Kinston, police have said.

The mother of two left her home in Beeston on 1 November.

The 37-year-old, who worked at the Moir Medical Centre in Long Eaton, Derbyshire, gave birth to her second daughter in January.

Her family said she was an "amazing mum, daughter, sister, wife and friend".

'Incredibly proud'

Dr Kinston was still on maternity leave from her job as a GP.

In a statement, her family gave thanks to all those who helped in the search.

They said: "We would like to thank all of our friends, her patients and members of the public who have offered support, love and well wishes during the last few weeks.

"A special thanks to the police, who worked tirelessly.

"Our beautiful Lizzie was found resting peacefully on Thursday, 14 November.

"We love her so much and are so incredibly proud of everything she achieved during her wonderful life.

"An amazing mum, daughter, sister, wife and friend. We love you Lizzie."

Dr Kinston's body was found at 12:25 GMT on grassland near Enterprise Way, Dunkirk, Nottingham.

Police have said the full results of a post-mortem examination could take several weeks but at this stage her death is not being treated as suspicious and a file is being prepared for the coroner.

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