Original article from Kent Live
Police have been searching railway tracks in Aylesham as they continue their investigations into the death of Julia James.
The 53-year-old PCSO was found in Akholt Wood in Aylesham on Tuesday, April 27.
After a fortnight of investigations, Kent Police charged a 21-year-old man with her murder late on Monday evening (May 10)
Hundreds of police are still investigating the area surrounding the woodland with the attention now turning to the train track which runs close to the site where her body was found.
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There are railway stations in both Snowdown, the village where Julia lived, and Aylesham with a line passing between the two.
The stations sit on the Canterbury East to Dover Priory Line which is run by Southeastern.
Officers from the British Transport Police have pictured on the tracks near Ratling Road.
In a short statement, the British Transport Police confirmed they were assisting Kent Police with a search of an area of railway in Aylesham.
Yesterday, police held a reconstruction of the final walk made by the PCSO on the day she died.
An actress wearing identical clothes to the ones Julia had on, alongside Julia’s dog Toby, recreated the walk around Snowdown on Tuesday morning.
Police hope the pictures will jog people’s memories of the day that the mum-of-two was found.
Callum Wheeler, a 21-year-old from Aylesham has been charged with the murder of Julia James.
He appeared in front of Medway Magistrates’ Court in person on Tuesday (May 11) and has been remanded in custody.
He will be appearing at Maidstone Crown Court on Thursday (May 13)