Police plea over Georgia belongings
Detectives investigating the murder of 17-year-old Georgia Williams have renewed their appeal for help to trace her mobile phone and other personal items.
West Mercia Police said extensive searches are continuing at the site where a body, believed to be that of the teenager, was found on Friday.
Officers initially appealed for help on Saturday to trace Georgia's satchel, a make-up bag, a white Samsung Galaxy Y phone and items of her clothing.
Detective Superintendent Adrian McGee, who is leading the investigation, said a body found near woodland off the Nant-y-Garth pass near Wrexham had yet to be formally identified.
In a statement released by the West Mercia force, Mr McGee added: "Although a man has been charged with Georgia's murder, we still have a lot of work to do.
"The support the public and the media have given to our investigation so far has been fantastic, but we need to ask for their help once more as we try to find these items.
"If anyone is aware of their whereabouts or comes across any suspicious items, particularly in the area between Oswestry, Wrexham and Ruthin in north Shropshire and Denbighshire, then please get in touch."
Jamie Reynolds, 22, from Wellington, Shropshire, has been charged with murdering Georgia, who went missing from her home in the town on May 26.