PERSONAL items belonging to a murdered teenager have been found by police on the Horseshoe Pass.
Georgia Williams, 17, was strangled to death in June at her killers home in Wellington, Shropshire, and her naked body was found dumped in woodland off the Nant-y-Garth pass.
Following a UK-manhunt Jamie Reynolds, 23, was found in Glasgow and charged with her murder.
He originally denied the charge, but on December 2 last year he pleaded guilty to the murder of Georgia during a hearing at Stafford Crown Court and was sentenced to life in prison.
Richard Ewels, a spokesman for West Mercia Police said: “A small team of officers from Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police have conducted a search at a location on the Horseshoe Pass in North Wales.
“They were searching for items of property belonging to Georgia Williams, the 17-year-old Shropshire girl whose body was found in woodland off the Nant-y-Garth pass, near Wrexham in May last year.
“The search began yesterday and is expected to be concluded today.
“Several items have been recovered connected to the case, including some of Gerogia's personal property.”