Police investigating the deaths of a couple on the A47 in Norfolk have found a number of personal items following a roadside search.
Tadas Zaleskas and Nonita Karajevaite were struck by a car as they walked barefoot along the road at Terrington St John on Sunday.
Nonita's death is being treated as suspicious after allegations she was pushed into on-coming traffic.
Officers have today recovered documents, clothing and a pair of glasses which may have belonged to the couple.
"As a result of searches, we’ve recovered a number of personal items which we believe belonged to the couple, including documents, clothing and a pair of glasses.
These items will now be examined to see whether they can provide us with any clues.”
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