LATEST NEWS: Bury St Edmunds woman found after two days missing from her home
A 34-year-old woman from Bury St Edmunds has been found after she went missing from her home in Manning Road at around 4.40pm on Tuesday May 12.
Natasha was located shortly before 7.30pm on Thursday, May 14, by a member of the public who phoned the Ambulance Service after finding a woman in Brandon Park.
She has been taken to West Suffolk Hospital with suspected Hypothermia.
Police would like to thank the media and members of the public for their help with this appeal.
Officers would also like to thank those who assisted with police in searches including; Lowland Search and Rescue, the Forestry Commission, Elveden Estate, United States Air Force personnel and the East of England Ambulance HART team.
Natasha Graveline was last seen at her home address, in Manning Road at around 4.40pm on Tuesday May 12 and has not been seen since.
She left the house in a blue Ford Focus which was later found off the B1106 at Brandon.
Natasha is considered to be vulnerable and police are increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Extensive enquiries to find her have taken place over the past two days with police units assisted by Lowland Search and Rescue, the Forestry Commission, Elveden Estate, and police helicopter.
The search has been aided today by more than 150 United States Air Force personnel and the East of England Ambulance HART team.
Natasha is described as white, around 5’6” tall, with short, dark brown hair and wearing glasses.
When she was last seen she was wearing black jeans, a grey, zip-up fleece jacket and a blue and white puma t-shirt.
Inspector Jane Hertzog, who is leading the search, said: “The search is still continuing as we speak and we will keep searching until nightfall.
“We are very fortunate to have been joined by 160 US Air Force personnel who have volunteered to help with the search.
“We also have the HART team from the search and rescue.
“Initially we had completed a search radius of 900 metres around the vehicle but we have now stretched that to 1,700 metres.
“It is an extremely large wooded area with dense undergrowth so it has been very difficult.
“We are working in lines, trying to cover the area in its entirety.”
Anyone who has seen Natasha or who has any information on where she may be is asked to contact Suffolk Police on 101 quoting CAD reference 341 of 12/5/15.