Met Police have concluded their search of land in Pershore, Worcestershire as part of the investigation into the 1986 disappearance of Suzy Lamplugh from East Sheen.

Police have confirmed no evidence was recovered in the search for Suzy Lamplugh, who went missing 33 years ago.

Police began their search on July 3, which involved the excavation of several areas of land – which was conducted with the assistance of archaeologists.

The ongoing investigation into Miss Lamplugh’s disappearance and suspected murder is being led by the Met’s Central Specialist Crime Command.

25-year-old Suzy Lamplugh, an estate agent from East Sheen, disappeared in 1986 and was officially declared dead seven years later.

As part of her job she had gone to meet a mystery client called Mr Kipper who she was showing a house to in Fulham but after the appointment she failed to return to the office or her home and was never seen again.

Met Police confirmed that Miss Lamplugh’s family have been informed and would like to thank West Mercia Police for their assistance, and also the landowners and local community for their cooperation and understanding.

The force is committed to securing justice for Suzy and her family, and officers will continue to assess any new information received in connection with this case.

Anyone that knows anything that could assist the investigation please call: 0207 230 4294