Police officials investigating the case of missing teenager Amber Peat have reportedly found a body in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Police say they are not treating the death as suspicious.

While a formal identification is yet to take place, 13-year-old Peat's family has been informed, said Nottinghamshire Police.

"Thank you for all of your assistance, particularly the Mansfield community, in the search to find Amber," read a statement from the Nottinghamshire Police, reported Sky News.

"Further information will be provided as soon as possible."

Nottinghamshire Police added: "Amber's family has been informed and we ask that the media respect their privacy at this difficult time.

"Officers are at the scene in Mansfield and inquiries are on-going. No formal identification has yet taken place. The death is not being treated as suspicious."

Peat has been missing for nearly three days after she was last seen at her house in Mansfield on Saturday (30 May) at 17:30 BST.

Peat's disappearance was "completely out of character", according to her mother, Kelly and stepfather, Danny Peat.

She reportedly left home after a "minor argument" over cleaning a cool box with her parents.

"We told her to clean the cool box out. She didn't want to do the chore. That was the last conversation. We asked her to do that and then the door went," said Danny at a press conference on Tuesday (2 June).

The teenager was carrying no cash or mobile phone at the time she went missing.

Investigation continues and officers remain at the scene.

Over 300 people participated in searches conducted between Monday (1 June) and Tuesday (2 June) and several posters were also reportedly placed across retails stores.