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Stuart Everett murder probe continues as police shut off park and land near train stations in fresh searches

New police searches are underway today as part of a major murder investigation following the death of Stuart Everett.

Mr Everett is believed to have died at an house in Winton, Salford, at the end of March. A huge probe was launched by Greater Manchester Police after parts of the 67-year-old's body were found at the Kersal Dale nature reserve on April 4.

Further dismembered remains were then found in three other locations across the city. Two men, Michal Jaroslaw Polchowski, 68, and Marcin Majerkiewicz, 42, have been charged with his murder.

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In an update issued today, GMP confirmed that a number of new searches were underway in connection with the murder probe. One is in Boggart Hole Clough in Blackley, where officers have fully cordoned off the park and woodland this morning.

It is fully shut to members of the public while investigators work on the scene. Police said officers will also be searching land near to Walkden train station 'over the coming days'.

Officers at British Transport Police will also search land near to Patricroft Railway station. Police said the searches are taking police after 'in-depth CCTV and phone data enquiries' were carried out by detectives.

Specialist divers, Tactical Aid Unit officers and police dogs will be used in the searches. Detective Superintendent Lewis Hughes from GMP’s Serious Crime Division and Senior Investigating Officer, said the searches were 'so important' to the investigation.

He said: "The scenes that we will be searching over the coming days have come to our attention through some exceptional detective work conducted by the investigation team. We know there will be some disruption

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