An inquest into Sarah Everard’s death will open on Thursday with proceedings starting in Kent during an attempt to discover what happened to the 33-year-old.
This follows a second post-mortem examination carried out on Ms Everard’s body after the first proving to be inconclusive.
The inquest will begin at County Hall in Maidstone, Kent at 9:30am with other parts of Kent also being searched in an attempt to find any clues.
A small stretch of water is also being looked over by specialist divers who have come from Devon and Cornwall.
Everard disappeared on 3 March whilst walking home from a visit to her friend in Clapham, south London.
A week later her body was located in a woodland near Ashford, Kent. Serving Met police officer Wayne Couzens, 48, has been charged with her murder.