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Police Answer 6 – Why was there a delay in buildings in Short Brackland being searched, opposite the alleyway where Corrie was last seen?

East Anglian Daily Times – Police Question and Answer 6

Q: Why was there a delay in buildings in Short Brackland being searched, opposite the alleyway where Corrie was last seen?

A: From the start of the investigation the question was asked where could Corrie be. One of the early things that happened was police carried out visits to properties in the area, to see if there was any CCTV and to see if there was any way Corrie could have accessed the property – i.e. were there any break-ins or points where he could have got in unseen. Searches were carried out in this area and over the course of the investigation these have been re-visited to try to ensure nothing was missed. Police do not have an automatic right of search; however many businesses and private individuals have been extremely helpful in allowing officers access to search properties. 
All of this work was carried out alongside appeals for anyone with information to come forward and for local businesses and residents to check their properties and out-buildings.

[Source: East Anglian Daily Times]