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Emergency services including police, coastguard and RNLI had been involved in the search since Monday afternoon. Devon coastline search for missing person called off Published 12 November image copyrightDevon and Cornwall Police image captionPeta Harper, 58, was reported missing from the Hope Cove and Bolt Trail area near Thurlestone on Monday at GMT A major land, sea and air search for a missing woman last seen at beauty spots on the South Devon coast has been called off.
One visitor said he avoided the town centre "like the plague" because of the lack of space in the narrow streets. Anyone with information about Ms Harper's whereabouts is urged to call Ms Salcombs said s were being ignored by the "minority who don't think it counts because they are on holiday".
Ms Harper, who took over the village shop in Aveton Gifford last year, is described as about 5ft 4ins tall, of average build and has dyed blonde, collar length curly hair. Regular visitor Mycroft Perry, from Gloucestershire, said holidaymakers were "desperate for normality so they are coming down here Salfombe taking a holiday from coronavirus".
Salcombe has a population of about 2, in the winter but this has "surged" to about 25, after the lockdown, according to womeen town council. On Monday, two lifeboats searched coastal waters for two-and-a-half hours, before being forced to stand down by fading light.
Salcombe's mayor Nikki Turton said holidaymakers visiting the Devon town seem to "think they are in a bubble" and do not have to socially distance.