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Sabrina Goacher: Woman's body found in Church Road, Tunbridge Wells

ByIan Johns

Police searching for a missing woman have found a body.

An investigation is underway to establish the cause of death after the body was found in Church Road, Tunbridge Wells.

Police had been searching for Sabrina Goacher, 30, who had been reported missing.

Sabrina had last been seen walking home at 6am on Sunday (15471289)
Sabrina had last been seen walking home at 6am on Sunday (15471289)

Her family have been made aware of the discovery, which was made at 8.47pm yesterday.

Sabrina had been reported missing on Sunday.

Appealing for information, police said she had been wearing a yellow jacket and carrying a handbag with pictures of witches on it when she had been last seen.

Friends had launched a social media appeal (15471161)
Friends had launched a social media appeal (15471161)

Friends of Sabrina had also joined the search, launching a campaign on social media for more information.

Sabrina Goacher (15470554)
Sabrina Goacher (15470554)

They revealed she had last been seen walking home from Dunstan Road near Grosvenor Bridge at 6am on Sunday.

Sabrina was a talented photographer who did a lot of work with bands in the area and local festivals.

In June last year she took her camera to capture Stone Henge for the summer equinox.

She also worked at West Kent College as a front of house supervisor.

A South East Coast Ambulance Service spokesman said: "At 8.53pm on Monday we sent two response cars and an ambulance to Church Road, Tunbridge Wells to support Kent Police who were dealing with an unresponsive person.

"Despite all efforts nothing could be done for the patient and the police are investigating the circumstances."

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