Sarah Everard latest – Cops discover necklace 30 miles from where body found as police widen investigation for clues

POLICE investigating Sarah Everard’s death today discovered a gold necklace as they scour a new area 30 miles from her body was found.

Met Police detectives investigating the 33-year-old’s death are painstakingly scouring large swathes of Sandwich, Kent.

The item of jewellery, found on top of a car park machine at a local Co-Op, was placed in an evidence bag – but it is not clear if it is connected to the tragic case.

Other officers with sticks were seen searching through a shopping trolley shelter and scanning under cars in the supermarket’s car park.

Meanwhile, Priti Patel today announced a “full review” of police behaviour during unrest at Saturday’s Sarah Everard vigil.

Video from the scene showed heavy-handed cops drag tearful women away from a candle-lit shrine during ugly clashes on Clapham Common.

Speaking about the ‘upsetting’ footage, the Home Secretary today said “while the police are rightfully operationally independent, I asked the Metropolitan Police for a report into what had happened.”

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