The police examines & # 039; anomalies & # 039; in the old house of Lynette Dawson

NSW Police and Forensic Services personnel are digging by hand at Lynette Dawson's former home.

Forensic investigators are examining "anomalies" on the grounds of the former Bayview home of the missing Sydney woman, Lynette Dawson.

The officers are digging by hand in an attempt to finally rule out any suggestion that Ms. Dawson's body is buried in the house.

The New South Wales Police and Forensic Services search the home of the late Lynette Dawson, in Bayview, on the northern beaches, in Sydney.

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Homicide Squad Commander Scott Cook said officers will feed the resulting material into a sieve.

Police said a conviction does not depend on officers finding their remains.

The husband of Ms. Dawson, a former professional rugby league player, has long been a suspect in the case.

Chris Dawson, who played for the Newtown Jets, has consistently denied any involvement in the disappearance of his wife.

Police began digging on the property on the beaches north of Sydney on Wednesday and expected to be there for at least five days.

Four areas around the house and in the backyard, near a drying rack and a swimming pool, that was there before it was believed that it had been killed, are being examined.

The explored areas have been examined previously, but not with the new technologies now available.

"Previously when we did exams here, there were a number of anomalies in the field," said Det Sup Cook.

"They were previously inspected.

Some neighbors on Wednesday were surprised that the excavation resumed when the sounds of power tools disturbed the normally peaceful suburb.

The mysterious disappearance of the 33-year-old mother has been the subject of a popular podcast by News Corp Australia called Teacher's Pet.

"It's all about doing justice for Lyn," Det Sup Cook said on Wednesday.

Lynette Dawson, mother of two girls, was last seen alive in January 1982.

Mrs. Dawson spoke with her mother on the night of January 8, while at her home in Bayview with her husband Christopher.

He made lunch plans for the next day in Northbridge Baths, but never showed up. Ms. Dawson was reported missing by her husband on February 18.

The Director of the New South Wales Public Prosecutor's Office has twice refused to charge a known person with murder, despite this recommendation following investigations carried out in 2001 and 2003.

An aerial shot of the house in Bayview

An aerial shot of the house in Bayview, showing the police tent.

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Four areas around the house and in the backyard, near a drying rack and a swimming pool, that was there before it was believed that it had been killed, are being examined.

These are areas that have been analyzed previously, but not with the new technologies now available today.

"Previously when we conducted tests here, there were a number of anomalies in the field, they were previously inspected, we will visit them again," said Det Sup Cook.

The mysterious disappearance of the wife and mother has been the subject of a very popular podcast, Teacher & # 39; s Pet, produced by The Australian.

"It's all about doing justice for Lyn," said Det Sup Cook.

An undated photo taken from a Facebook page dedicated to Lynette Dawson, a mother of two 33-year-old sons from Bayview, north Sydney, who was last seen in January 1982.

An undated picture taken from a Facebook page dedicated to Lynette Dawson, a mother of two 33-year-old sons from Bayview, north of Sydney,

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Lynette Dawson, 33, had two girls and was last seen alive in January 1982.

Mrs. Dawson spoke with her mother on the night of January 8, 1982, while at home in the suburb of Bayview, Sydney, with her husband, Christopher Dawson.

She made plans to have lunch with her mother the next day in Northbridge Baths, but they did not show up.

However, her husband, a former professional rugby league player, has long been a suspect.

Chris Dawson, who played for the Newtown Jets, has consistently denied any involvement in the disappearance of his wife.

She was reported missing on February 18, 1982 by her husband.

After two police investigations, in 2001 and 2003, no one was convicted of his alleged murder.