Original article from Kent Live
Police are continuing their search at a patch of land in Tunbridge Wells in connection to the Sabina Nessa murder investigation.
According to traffic website INRIX, Dundale Road is closed all day for investigation work and will re-open again at around 6pm.
A cordon has been set up around a farm in the area where officers are expected to remain for a number of days.
A spokesman for GJ & J Miles farm, which is close to where the police are searching, told the Mirror that an officer said to him the investigation would last three days.
Around 20 officers arrived at the scene yesterday (September 30) and were combing woodland, roads and fields 32 miles from where the primary school teacher's body was discovered.
A spokesperson for the Met Police said: "Officers are searching an area of woodland near to Tunbridge Wells in Kent as part of the ongoing investigation into the murder of Sabina Nessa in Kidbrooke."
Koci Selamaj, 36, appeared in court yesterday (September 30) after allegedly attacking the 28-year-old as she walked through Cator Park in south-east London.
Her body was later found under a heap of leaves near a community centre.
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