Police investigating the murder of a woman believe her body could be buried, or hidden, somewhere near the A19 in North Yorkshire.
Rania Alayed, who used to live on Teesside, vanished from her home in Greater Manchester two months ago. A day later, a white campervan thought to be connected to the investigation was seen near Thirsk.
Claire Montgomery reports.
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