Tributes have poured in on Facebook for Hannah Gibbs, whose body was found in the River Thames near Marlow on Friday, November 1.

Gibbs, 37, disappeared from Henley-on-Thames in October with the body being recovered from the River Thames near the town at about 5pm.

In a statement on Facebook, Thames Valley Police said: “Thames Valley Police has located a body in connection with a missing person investigation.

“The body was recovered from the River Thames near Marlow at about 5pm today (November 1).

“Although the body is yet to be formally identified, we believe it to be that of missing woman Hannah Gibbs who was reported missing from Henley-on-Thames last month.

“Her family has been informed and is being supported.

“Thank you to everyone who helped in the search for Hannah, we regret to have to bring you this sad news.”

Thames Valley Police confirmed to the Bucks Free Press that the body that was found in the Thames was of Gibbs on November 7.

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On the social media site, numerous people have shared their sadness over the discovering of what could be Hannah’s body, with Alice Barnes saying: “Absolutely heartbreaking. Sending all the love I can give to all family and friends.”

Sadie Quinton also added by saying: “How truly heartbreaking for her family, may Hannah rest in peace and hoping her family find comfort in one another at this devastatingly sad and heartbreaking time.”

Hannah Mchannah then added: “Very sad news. I have fond memories of Hannah from school and she took care of me. Heart goes out to her family, heartbreaking news.”

Liz Wright said: “As sad and awful as this is, well done Thames Valley Police for giving the family closure, I feel for them, such a dreadful end.”

Dean William Bright also left a comment, as he praised the police for persevering with trying to find Hannah’s body.

He said: “Well done for everyone who was out searching for this lady over the few weeks. It’s such a shame it wasn’t the result. R.I.P Hannah Gibbs. Thoughts and prayers with her family and friends.

In total, more than 200 comments were left on Facebook sending condolences to Hannah’s family and friends.