Forensic samples to be taken from murder accused’
The police have taken evidence including DNA samples and other materials from the area of the murder to Scotland Yard.
They will carry out interviews with residents in the area, which is about 80 miles away from Maidstone.
Bartley’s son Matthew told BBC Radio Berkshire that the family had been told they would not receive any inf우리카지노ormation from the police over the matter.
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Det Ch Insp Paul Dinsdale has led a team of police officers to take samples from the crime scene
„He said ‘just sit tight and that’s it’,“ Mr Dinsdale said.
„He said he would have to tell them when he would know and he did not say he would ever.
„He said he will have to give them all when he d바카라id.
„He just kept telling us that he was doing his best.“
Bartley’s estranged husband Mark, also from Maidstone, is now missing from his home in Shingleton, North Yorkshire, after returningjarvees.com to the area on the night of the murder.
Mark Bartley was last seen on CCTV outside a local pub shortly after 13:00 BST, but the circumstances of his disappearance remain unknown.
Image caption Bartley’s family said their lives were being „destroyed“ by the investigation
The British tabloid The Sun revealed that local people believed Mr Bartley left his wife at their home before moving out of the house later on, but investigators have said that is untrue.
Mr Bartley was a professional footballer.
He had recently started a new career as a computer programming professional.