The assortment of missing Cape Town clinical therapist Diane Nelson, 49, has been found.
Wendy Skeens from the Pink Women association told News24 on Friday morning that her body was found on Thursday.
Western Cape police representative Lieutenant Colonel Andrè Traut said Nelson’s body was found on Table Mountain.
“This office can affirm that the body of a 49-year-old female was found yesterday on Table Mountain.
“The conditions encompassing her demise are under scrutiny and a passing examination case docket has been enrolled.”
No further points of interest were quickly accessible.
“It is with profound lament that we report the death of Diane Nelson MHDSRIP. Our sympathies to her folks, kids more distant family, associates and companions. Appreciative on account of Saps Claremont, Const Nkonki, Col Ricks Wynberg bunch, Sgt Visser Saps canine unit, Saps Air Wing, Tim Lundy/Andy Wood Wild Inquiry and Safeguard, people group, volunteers, PLTT/PLVT and all other part players who helped with discovering her. My gratitude to Pink Women group, individuals from Missing Minors Pink Women page and gathering who worked so hard sharing the flyers and for their progressing support,” Dessie Rechner, Head Tasks SA, posted on Facebook.
Cape Town psychologist Diane Nelson Found Dead
Nelson, who counseled from rooms at the Bow Center, a private mental office in Claremont, disappeared on Saturday.
She was most recently seen around 20:00 on Saturday and was accounted for missing at Claremont police headquarters.
Police said at the time that her auto was found at Cecilia Woods – an area well known with explorers, who take a few courses from the woodland auto stop.
A relative of Nelson, who requested that not be recognized, said the family did not have any desire to remark right now as they required space.