POLICE have vowed to continue their search for remains of murder probe vet Catherine Gowing.
North Wales Police’s largest ever search operation is no longer being carried out on a daily basis.
But officers say they will look for more of her remains whenever new information comes in.
Miss Gowing, originally from County Offaly in Ireland, lived in New Brighton, Mold before her disappearance.
She was last seen alive on Friday, October 12, leaving Asda in Queensferry.
At the height of the search, 40 specially trained officers were on the case, 15 of which were out on a daily basis.
Teams have also included the North West Under Water Search Unit, the dog unit, and the aerial team.
In the first five weeks after the 37-year-old vanished the force dedicated more than 6,250 hours to looking for her.
More than 30 individual areas including woodland, cesspits, houses and vehicles were turned over.
Grim discoveries were made at a shallow pool in Sealand known as the Lum and on the banks of the River Dee in Higher Ferry, Chester.
Her remains were flown back to her family in Ireland.
More than 600 people attended a funeral for Miss Gowing at St Flannan’s in Kinnitty, Birr where her sister Emma remembered her as “a gift from God”.
A spokesman for North Wales Police said: “Any further searches will be intelligence led and based on information gathered.
“Anyone with any information should contact North Wales Police on 101.”
Clive Sharp, 46, of Bethesda, Gwynedd is charged with Miss Gowing’s murder and is expected to enter a plea at Mold Crown Court on Monday.