Missing Oxford Journalist 'Died From Hypothermia'

7 December 2018, 08:56

Florence Waters missing journalist Thame

An inquest's heard a journalist from Oxford, who went missing, probably died of hypothermia.

33-year-old Florence Waters, an arts columnist for the Telegraph, disappeared on Monday 19 November.

The body was discovered on land near Oxford Road in Thame three days later and the death was not considered suspicious by police.

An initial hearing's been told Florence died of suspected hypothermia. It's been opened and adjourned. A full inquest is due to be held on 16 May 2019.

A profile on the Daily Telegraph's website says the journalist contributed articles on the visual arts, film and books.