A police search of the grounds of the former home of double murderer Christopher Halliwell has ended without any new evidence being found.
Specialist teams started excavating the garden and garage at 96 Broad Street in Swindon on Monday 20 February. They also investigated a neighbouring garage.
Wiltshire Police say they were acting on information received as part of an ongoing investigation but, despite spending a fortnight at the site and taking away evidence bags for examination, nothing significant has come to light.
52-year-old Swindon taxi driver Christopher Halliwell is serving life sentences for the murders of Sian O'Callaghan in 2011 and Becky Godden 13 years ago.
Despite the lack of evidence from the Broad Street investigation, there is still concern that there are other victims.
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