The police's desperate search to find the remains of Lynette Dawson under her old house has entered her fifth day.
The mystery surrounding Mrs. Dawson's death has reached a fever pitch as authorities struggle to find her body on the Bayview property on the beaches of North Sydney where she was last seen before disappearing almost 37 years ago .
The search continued during the weekend, where the police have dug in the middle of the pool. The forensic officers were spotted on Sunday with evidence markers and photographs.
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The search for the remains of Lynette Dawson continued in her old home in Bayview on Sunday
Police were seen at home on the beaches of North Sydney taking photographs on Sunday
A spokesperson for the New South Wales Police told Daily Mail Australia that the search will continue until Monday and that there were no further updates.
He could not comment on what the police were taking pictures of.
Hidden quietly on a tree-lined street, the house that Lynette and her husband Chris once shared before disappearing in January 1982 has been a crime scene since last Wednesday.
On Friday, machinery was used to excavate rocks, dirt and foundations around the pool, The Australian informed.
Detectives from the homicide squad joined police rescue officers and maintenance contractors while filling three loads of trash at the end of the day.
A spokesman for the NSW police told Daily Mail Australia that the search for Mrs. Dawson's remains will continue until Monday.
Police continued to search for clues when the search entered its fifth day
Honoring four key multi-million dollar home sites, researchers try to override the widespread belief that its foundations were where Chris buried his wife's body after he disappeared 36 years ago.
Residents who bought the house for $ 2.4 million last year agreed with the police to dig up their garden and extended a message to Lyn's family this week, in which they thought they were with them.
"It's very comforting to know that a lot of people are really willing for this to happen," Lyn's sister, Jenkins, told The Australian.
& # 39; We have known that she is dead for a long time. Finding it would be the last thing: to be able to let it rest.
For several months, listeners around the world have been paralyzed by the podcast, produced by the newspaper The Australian, which reviews the disappearance of Mrs. Dawson and strongly suggests that her husband murdered the 33-year-old woman.
The house that once shared Lynette Dawson, her husband Chris and their two daughters has been the scene of a crime since last Wednesday
Residents who bought the Bayview home for $ 2.4 million last year agreed with the police to dig up their garden and pool
Downloaded more than 17 million times, the podcast examines Dawson's marriage and Chris Dawson's romance with his student.
He also discusses the intensely close relationship of the footballer with his twin brother, fellow teacher and Newtown Jets player.
He exposed a network of teachers who have sex with students in secondary schools on the northern beaches in the 1970s and 1980s, revealed initially defective police processes and raised questions about why a mother would abandon two daughters she loved clearly.
Lynette and Chris Dawson bought Bayview's house (pictured) in 1976
Following the release of Teacher & # 39; s Pet's popular podcast, the researchers aim to override the widely held belief that Chris buried his wife's body after his disappearance 36 years ago.
But he has mainly left his audience wondering how Chris Dawson, now 70, until recently has been able to live in peace with his third wife in Queensland despite the fact that two forensic experts recommended that he be tried for murder.
The whole story centers, and perhaps will conclude, on the land that Chris and Lyn Dawson bought in Bayview, about 30 km north of the central business district of Sydney, in 1976.
For some years the Dawsons' lives must have seemed idyllic to outsiders, but by the time Joanne Curtis was dragged into her world, things were going really badly.
Chris Dawson became a physical education teacher at Cromer High School in 1979 when Joanne was a student in Year 10. The following year he became his teacher and confidant.
The forensic officers will continue their search at the Bayview house until Monday
For some years the Dawsons' lives must have looked idyllic to the outsiders, but when Joanne Curtis was dragged into her world, things were serious.
Chris Dawson was 32 when he started having sex with Joanne, 16 (pictured), who moved a few days after Lynette's disappearance.
Joanne soon became a nanny for the Dawson's two daughters, Shanelle and Sherryn, often spending the night at her house.
Chris Dawson was 32 years old when he started having sex with the 16-year-old girl, who moved a few days after Lynette's disappearance.
Last Wednesday, the director of the New South Wales homicide squad, Scott Cook, said the police had committed to a thorough inspection and partial excavation of the site on the northern beaches.
"We'll go until we get to rock," Mr. Cook said at a news conference as the search began on Wednesday.
He also revealed his "absolute" confidence that charges will be imposed, even if no remains are found on the property.
The whole story is centered – and perhaps will end – on the terrain of Chris and Lyn Dawson (pictured on their wedding day) purchased in Bayview, about 30 km north of the central business district of Sydney, in 1976.