RCMP return to search Shad Bay property

RCMP returned to a property off Prospect Road in Shad Bay, N.S. Sunday as part of an ongoing investigation into an unsolved crime.

Police will not confirm what items were seized from Prospect Road property

RCMP returned to a Shad Bay property Sunday, continuing their investigation into an unsolved crime.

RCMP returned to a property off Prospect Road in Shad Bay, N.S. Sunday as part of an ongoing investigation into an unsolved crime.

The first time police visited the area was in March, when they said they were looking for human remains. That led to speculation that the case was connected to a missing Halifax teenager who disappeared in August 1989. Kimberley McAndrew's family told CBC at the time they had spoken to police but the officers did not confirm a connection.

Police confirm they seized a few items Monday but they would not disclose what those items are. They have been sent for analysis.

Cpl. Scott MacRae said the latest search focused on the area near the shore.

Officers were not at the scene on Monday but said the investigation is ongoing.

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