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Police cordon off murder suspect's home in Claudia Lawrence case

Detectives at home of Michael Snelling Credit: ITV Yorkshire

Police have cordoned off the semi-detached home of 59-year-old Michael Snelling, the man they arrested last week on suspicion of the murder of York University chef Claudia Lawrence.

Mr Snelling was released on police bail after a day of questioning by detectives investigating the disappearance and suspected murder of Miss Lawrence in March 2009. Last week forensic specialists searched Mr Snelling's home and garden in York and also another property in North Shields.

Mr Snelling's home is now cordoned off with police tape and a police incident support van is parked on his drive.

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Claudia Lawrence: forensic search will continue for a number of days

Forensic teams continue to search at a property in York

Forensic searches at properties in York and North Shields are expected to continue for a number of days, as police investigate the disappearance of Claudia Lawrence.

The chef, who worked at York University, went missing in 2009 on her way to work.

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Searches continue in York home over Claudia disappearance

Searches are continuing this afternoon at the house of a man arrested by police investigating the disappearance of Claudia Lawrence.

Sniffer dog arrives at Burnholme Grove

Police sniffer dogs have arrived at the York home of Michael Snelling who was arrested by officers yesterday.

Officers at Burnholme Grove
Officers at Burnholme Grove
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