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The widow of a cyclist who was killed in a country lane six years ago is still battling police - saying someone should be held accountable for a catalogue of errors when they investigated his death.
Richard Jordan was 67 when he was involved in the accident in East Kent.
Despite a Kent Police Professional Standards report saying the investigation into his death was in places 'unprofessional and unacceptable' - no officer has been found at fault.
As Sarah Saunders reports.
Sarah spoke to widow Susan Jordan, son Neil Jordan and Asst Ch Con Jo Shiner from Kent Police.
Police say excavation may begin tomorrow as they launch a new search for missing schoolgirl Danielle Jones - 16 years after she disappeared in Essex.
Danielle's uncle, Stuart Campbell, was jailed for her kidnap and murder in 2002 - but he's never revealed where he hid her body.
This morning police began a search of garages between Crammavil Street and Goddard Road in Thurrock after a tip off.
Officers from the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate say they are investigating why the garages were not searched at the time.
Sarah Saunders reports.