A British cyclist has described how he found the bodies of the Surrey family who were murdered in the French Alps.
A French judge and prosecutor are to travel to the UK, as part of their investigation into the murder of three Britons in the Alps.
A bomb disposal squad spent more than two hours at the Surrey home of the French Alps shooting spree victims today
French prosecutor Eric Maillaud today told reporters in Surrey that the reasons for the murders of three Britons gunned down in the Alps "have their origins in this country".
Surrey Police are still stationed outside the home of Saad Al-Hilli in Claygate today.
At midday, a joint press conference will be held with French prosecutors who have traveled to the UK to continue their investigation into the shootings.
Officers at the Surrey home of the French Alps shooting spree victims have confirmed items discovered were not hazardous and said neighbours evacuated from their houses could safely return. A police spokesman said:
Surrey Police can confirm that items found... are not hazardous. The items were found earlier today when the search of the property was extended from the main building to outbuildings in the garden.
The extension to the cordon has now been lifted and residents who were evacuated earlier as a precaution are now being allowed to return to their homes.
The army bomb disposal team have left the house belonging to the al-Hilli family.
Residents living in two roads near the home of the al-Hilli family in Surrey have been evacuated from their homes and a team of army bomb disposal experts have arrived.