Inquest date set for Gorleston woman found on beach

Chelsie Dack

An inquest has been unable to explain why Chelsie Dack from Gorleston died. - Credit: supplied by Norfolk Police

An inquest into the death of a woman whose body was found on Sizewell beach after going missing will be held next year.

Chelsie Dack, from Gorleston, was reported missing in the early hours of April 20 last year after leaving her home in High Street in the town.

Her body was discovered on the Suffolk beach almost a month later and was identified as the 23-year-old estate agent, who worked in Lowestoft.

On Wednesday, September 15, senior coroner Jacqueline Lake adjourned an inquest into her death for the fourth time.

The full inquest is now due to be heard on February 7 next year.

The inquest was initially opened on January 4 this year.

Ms Dack was last seen leaving her home in Gorleston High Street on April 20, before her body was discovered on May 11.