Suffolk home searched by police
POLICE investigating the death of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman today began searching a Suffolk home.Officers from Cambridgeshire arrived at a bungalow in Lakenheath about four miles from where the bodies of the two girls were found last Saturday.
POLICE investigating the death of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman today began searching a Suffolk home.
Officers from Cambridgeshire arrived at a bungalow in Lakenheath about four miles from where the bodies of the two girls were found last Saturday.
Forensic officers began scouring the property, a bungalow understood to belong to Ian Huntley's paternal grandmother Lily Gollings, who was not present.
On Wednesday, they completed a three-day search at Huntley's father's home in Littleport, Cambridgeshire, from where about 50 items were taken away for testing.
That house today remained sealed off by a police cordon and was expected to remain cordoned off for at least a week.
Officers today sealed off the entrances to Quayside Court in Lakenheath as the white-suited scenes of crime officers began work.
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A Cambridgeshire Police spokesman said it was a "low key" search and a routine part of the investigation.