Police are continuing their search for 27-year-old Newbridge man Kyle Vaughan, who was last seen almost a year ago.
Here's what we know about the search to date:
- More than 1,800 pieces of property analysed, including over 180 mobile phone SIM cards
- Around 4,800 mobile phone contacts investigated and 10,000 lines of telecoms data (eg text messages) analysed
- Over 130 CCTV sites visited and 200 hours of footage analysed
- Over 390 statements have been collected
Around five square miles have been searched, comprising routes to Kyle’s home address and the A467 - the last reported sighting of him.
Search areas have included woodland and forestry, pathways and roadways and rivers.
Five people - four males and one female - are on bail in relation to the investigation.
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