A French prosecutor and judge are due to arrive in the UK in order to liaise with police teams in the UK in the investigation into the al-Hilli family shootings, Surrey Police have said in a statement. Surrey police said:
The purpose of the visit is to build upon the already good liaison and established cooperation between the French Gendarmerie and Surrey Police teams, given the complex nature of the investigation crossing two jurisdictions.
Surrey Police is continuing to provide all possible support, including the provision of specialist search teams to carry out thorough checks at an address in Claygate, and a Family Liaison Officer (FLO) to assist members of the family involved both in France and the UK.
Brett Martin, the first witness who found the British family in the Alps has described the moment he came across the attack.
A friend of the al-Hilli family has said he believes he could assist the investigation into the fatal shootings of the three family members.
A previously unreported witness has told a French paper how he came across the aftermath of the killings of the al-Hilli family in the Alps.