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Police wrap up dig at former home of missing mum Lynette Dawson

Police have concluded a dig at the former home of missing mother-of-two Lynette Dawson and no human remains have been found.

On Wednesday last week, Sydney police began a forensic search of the property at Bayview on Sydney’s northern beaches.

Lyn Dawson vanished without a trace over thirty years ago, leaving two young daughters behind.

Two coroners have found that Lyn’s husband, highschool teacher and former rugby league footballer Chris Dawson, is her killer but he’s never been charged.

The Australian’s podcast, “The Teacher’s Pet”, has shone new light on Lyn’s mysterious disappearance, revealing how Chris moved his teenaged student and lover into the family home just days after his wife went missing.

Chris has strenuously denied any involvement in Lyn’s disappearance and continues to profess his innocence.

After conducting a thorough six-day search at the Northern Beaches site, police have started packing up.

Ben Fordham has revealed exclusively this afternoon that no human remains have been discovered at the site.

First on 2GB
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