Norfolk Police leave home in 'sensitive' inquiry

Bungalow being search in Costessey, Norfolk
Image caption A bungalow in Costessey was searched "inside and outside"

Police have left a bungalow property in Norfolk after searching it inside and outside for four days.

Searches at the property on Olive Road in Costessey ended on Friday evening but police made no report on any finds.

Two men, in their 60s and from the Norwich area, have been arrested and bailed in the case.

Officers said the searches were not connected to any murder, suspicious death or cold case inquiries but were "sensitive" and "historic".

Det Ch Insp Ross McDermott said: "We appreciate the police activity may have created concern locally and we would encourage anyone with any worries or who wishes to speak to the police about this matter to contact us directly."

Specialist teams remain at an address in Sprowston, near Norwich, as part of the investigation.

Police have declined to reveal the nature of any allegations.

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