Georgina Cops comb Oakwood Copse

The footpath through Oakwood Copse headed towards Kiln Lane

Police investigating the murder of frail Pensioner Georgina Edmonds who was tortured and murdered at her Kiln Lane cottage, have revealed there has been a significant find – on the third anniversary of the crime.

Today police combed the woods at Oakwood Copse at Otterbourne where, on Friday, a member of the public found a item believed to be one of the outstanding items missing from the crime scene.

Police are still asking the public to assist them in locating the following items: a black leather Radley handbag, a silver card case and a multicoloured ‘stretchy’ key fob.

The police have not disclosed details of the item that has been discovered except to say it is currently undergoing tests at a forensic lab – the results of which will not be known for a couple of days

The Copse is less than a mile from Mrs Edmonds Brambridge home.

Police arrested a suspect an Eastleigh man in his early thirties last june who is currently on police bail and was questioned again by police last week.

The object is currently undergoing tests at a forensic lab – the results of which will not be known for a couple of days

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