Missing Helen Bailey: Police bail Royston man arrested on suspicion of murder

PUBLISHED: 17:22 12 July 2016 | UPDATED: 17:36 12 July 2016

Helen Bailey

Helen Bailey

Alice Boagey

A 55-year-old man from Royston who was arrested yesterday morning in connection with the disappearance of author Helen Bailey has been released on police bail this afternoon – pending further enquiries.

Police have been at author Helen Bailey's Royston home today.Police have been at author Helen Bailey's Royston home today.

Author Helen, 51, went missing with her dog Boris on April 11 – and since then extensive enquiries have been made to trace her.

The man, who was arrested on suspicion of murder, disposing of a body in a manner likely to obstruct the coroner and suspicion of theft of money belonging to Ms Bailey, is due back at a Herts police station in August.

Police remain at the home of Helen Bailey as investigations continue.Police remain at the home of Helen Bailey as investigations continue.

Searches at her Royston home are continuing today – but officers said searches at her property in Broadstairs, Kent, are now complete.

Police confirmed to the Crow the body of Ms Bailey has yet to be found.

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