The search continues for missing 55-year-old teacher Sharon Edwards (pictured), with police searching a property at Lawrence near Grafton.
Mother and grandmother Ms Edwards was last seen in Grafton between 10pm and 11pm on March 14, after she caught up with friends at the local Good Intent Hotel.
Her family and police hold grave concerns for her welfare, with authorities treating the teacher’s disappearance as a homicide.
A crime scene warrant was executed at a bushland property on Tanglewood Road in Lawrence on Wednesday, the same area where Ms Edwards and her estranged husband John, still own a home on Neill Street.
Police divers have been called in to search dams on the remote bushland property today.
Another property in Lawrence and a third property in Grafton have been searched by police in recent days.
ABC reports that all three properties are owned by Ms Edwards and her estranged husband, who recently appeared in court on unrelated gun charges.
Detectives have said Ms Edwards was last seen alive at her Grafton home the night of March 14 and have traced her last known whereabouts to the Lawrence area in the early hours of March 15.