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Last Updated: Monday, 14 March, 2005, 13:20 GMT
Railway police join Joanne search
Joanne Nelson
Joanne Nelson was reported missing exactly one month ago
Police divers and specialist search teams have intensified their efforts to locate the body of missing Hull woman Joanne Nelson.

The 22-year-old was reported missing on 14 February by her fiancÚ, Paul Dyson, 30, who has since been charged with murdering her.

Search teams have spent the weekend combing large areas of East and North Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire.

British Transport Police are now scouring railway lines and embankments.

Dive sites

On Sunday, two large teams of police and search volunteers had been deployed south of Scarborough while others were on land near Wilberfoss and Beverley as well as in the Isle of Axholme.

Two other teams completed a search of fly tipping sites throughout the region.

Now divers are working their way through all watercourses in the Howden area.

Meanwhile, two search teams are scouring alleyways and gardens near Ms Nelson's home in the Hotham Road North area of the city.

A team is also searching the home she shared with Mr Dyson.




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