As Swindon taxi driver, Christopher Halliwell, is sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Becky Godden, police say they believe he HAS committed other offences.
Wiltshire Police have received calls about other offences and have vowed to pursue these new leads.
Detective Superintendent Sean Memory spoke outside court:
Police investigating the death of Becky Godden-Edwards have found a number of items of interest in the search of a house in Swindon. The items have been sent for analysis by experts.
More than 40 staff are continuing to search the house in Ashbury Avenue, which is the former home of Christopher Halliwell, who is serving life for the murder of Sian O'Callaghan.
The detective in charge of the search is asking for anyone with information about Becky to come forward.
Police have, today, been searching the former home of a convicted killer - as part of their investigations into the murder of a second young woman. Twenty year old Becky Godden was last seen in December 2002. Her remains were found in a field in 2011. Police forensic teams have been carrying out a search of the former home of taxi driver Christopher Halliwell, in Swindon in Wiltshire. He was jailed for the murder of Sian O'Callaghan in 2011. Bob Constantine reports.
Detective Chief Inspector, Sean Memory is leading searches at a house in Ashbury Avenue, Swindon in relation to the murder of Becky Godden. Becky was last seen on 27 December 2002 and there are no confirmed sightings of her in 2003. In 2011 officers found Becky’s remains buried in a field in East Leach, Gloucestershire.
The Independent Police Panel which heard Det. Supt. Fulcher's misconduct hearing says that although he has been found guilty of gross misconduct, they do not doubt his integrity or honesty.
It is possible that Steve Fulcher may keep his job at Wiltshire Police.
Wiltshire Police Detective Steve Fulcher has just been found guilty of two counts of gross misconduct, over his handling of the murder of Sian O'Callaghan.
More to follow
A hearing is due to begin later to decide whether the lead detective who investigated the murder of Sian O'Callaghan is guilty of gross misconduct relating to the case. A panel will meet in private, with a result expected by the end of this week.
Wiltshire Police has confirmed a date for a hearing to decide whether the detective who investigated the murder of Sian O'Callaghan committed gross misconduct in relation to the case and to the investigation of the murder of Becky Godden-Edwards (also known as Becky Godden).
A panel of independent members will meet from 20th January 2014 for a private hearing expected to last five days.
Christopher Halliwell was convicted of Sian O'Callaghan's murder in 2011. He later showed police where Becky Godden-Edwards was buried, but a judge ruled he could not be charged with her murder because he had not been read his rights by police.