Missing estate agent Chelsie Dack wrote Facebook post before she took her own life


Missing estate agent Chelsie Dack, 23, wrote haunting Facebook post about how she was struggling with life under lockdown before ‘taking her own life’

  • Estate agent Chelsie Dack posted on Facebook about difficult time in lockdown  
  • Family and the police think she walked into the sea at Gorleston-on-Sea, Norfolk 
  • She was reported missing on Monday but searches were called off on Tuesday 
  • Chelsie was an estate agent in Suffolk and worked as part-time nail technician  

Missing estate agent Chelsie Dack is feared to have taken her own life after she wrote on Facebook about her struggles with life in lockdown. 

Chelsie, 23, said life was getting ‘scarier by the day’ and that she had ‘really underestimated this current situation’. 

Norfolk Police stopped searching for her after CCTV footage showed Chelsie walking towards the pier at Gorleston-on-Sea and her cellphone was found there by a member of the public. 

Chelsie was reported missing on Monday morning and on Tuesday evening Chelsie’s family said they thought she had taken her own life. 

Chelsie’s mother shared a post by the administrator of the Find Chelsea Dack Facebook page that said: ‘It’s with a very deep heart that we need to let you all know that is strongly believed Chelsie has taken her own life.’  

Chelsie Dack wrote a haunting Facebook post saying that life was getting ‘scarier by the day’ before she took her own life 

Chelsie's mother commented on the post urging her to move back home for the lockdown if she felt lonely but Chelsie said that she was fine

Chelsie’s mother commented on the post urging her to move back home for the lockdown if she felt lonely but Chelsie said that she was fine 

The heartbreaking post Chelsia Dack made about her struggles with life in isolation before she went missing

The heartbreaking post Chelsia Dack made about her struggles with life in isolation before she went missing

On March 28, Chelsie wrote on social media: ‘I really underestimated this current situation, and I never really make a Facebook post but I wanted too tonight.

‘I don’t watch the news because I think it makes me feel worse but I see things and read about them online and it gets scarier by the day.

‘I think everyone is going through something at the moment even if it means just being lonely for a second.

‘I hope all of my friends and family are safe, and I hope everyone is keeping well.

‘I am only a message away if anyone ever wants a chat, these times only make you think about what is important.’

Chelsie’s mother, Dawn Howell, commented on the post that she should move home if she felt lonely.   

Dawn wrote: ‘Don’t be lonely, see if someone will have your cat and come here

‘I worry about you.’

But Chelsie replied: ‘I’m not lonely! I just meant if anyone is.’

Another friend wrote: ‘Aww you’re so cute Chel, we love you loads. Yours and Liv’s videos are keeping us all going on our chat.’

Norfolk Lowland volunteers searching Chelsie after she was reported missing on Monday morning

Norfolk Lowland volunteers searching Chelsie after she was reported missing on Monday morning 

In another post, she asked her friends to sign a petition urging the government to include commissions when calculating furlough payments. 

After Norfolk Police decided to call of searches Great Yarmouth policing commander, Superintendent Mike Britton, said: ‘We’ve carried out extensive local searches involving dedicated search teams, dog units, National Police Air Service, the coastguard, RNLI and Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue and the coastguard helicopter

‘Unfortunately there has been no sign of Chelsie and she hasn’t used her bank accounts or social media accounts since the early hours of Monday morning.

‘This, combined with CCTV inquiries, leads us to believe the most likely scenario is that she has entered the water.

He thanked the local community for helping in the search but asked them to keep maintaining social distance.   

Norfolk Lowland volunteers put posters up of missing Chelsie Dack who her parents and the police believe has taken her own life

Norfolk Lowland volunteers put posters up of missing Chelsie Dack who her parents and the police believe has taken her own life

On the same post that Find Chelsie Halls Facebook page administer, Emma Halls, said the family believed Chelsie had taken her own life Emma said:  ‘The family are together and heartbroken, they are overwhelmed by all the support and love from friends, family and the community. 

‘They ask that you respect their privacy at this very sad time, but to know that they are still holding on to a glimmer of hope.

‘Love and best wishes. 

‘They thank each and every one of us in helping find our beautiful Chelsie.’

 

 

 

 

 

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