Missing estate agent's mother 'totally heartbroken' as search continues for 23-year-old

The mother of the missing 23-year-old who disappeared from her Norfolk home yesterday has told how she was 'totally heartbroken' as a desperate search for her continued.  Dawn Howell spoke of her agony as police and specialist search teams combed a windswept beach for any trace of her daughter Chelsie Dack who was reported missing yesterday at 3am from her home in Gorleston-on-Sea near Great Yarmouth.    In an emotional Facebook post, Mrs Howell said: 'We are totally heartbroken. '   Chelsie, who worked for an estate agency and as a part-time as a nail technician, is described as white, slim, and 5ft 7in with pink shoulder length hair.   It is understood that police believe she may have headed to the nearby fast-flowing River Yare or the seafront area. They have also printed and put up hundreds of posters on lamp posts and on shops and business premises around the seaside town. They walked up and down beach areas in a search pattern, assisted by a police drone team.  A Coastguard helicopter and the crew of the Great Yarmouth and Gorleston lifeboat earlier scoured the coastline on Monday morning, but found nothing. Officers have taken to social media to try and discourage friends of Chelsie from launching mass searches for her due to the coronavirus lockdown. Detectives are also carrying out inquiries to see if there is any CCTV footage of her taken by cameras in shops, business or from homes which she may have walked past. In a Facebook post as the search for Chelsea got underway, she said: 'My daughter has gone missing, and I'm out of my mind with worry. Earlier in the day she also posted two selfies of herself smiling and sticking her tongue out, prompting her mother to reply 'Beautiful'. She said: 'We'd all like to thank you for your efforts so far but please be mindful of social distancing rules as we need to make sure we are still keeping safe and allowing the police to do their job. She added: 'We are arranging for posters to be dropped off at four hubs in different areas of Gorleston for people to grab whilst out on their daily exercise and to take home and put in cars and windows.'