POLICE investigating the murder of an 18-year-old girl are searching a home close to where she was allegedly snatched from a bus stop.
Forensic officers were seen combing for clues at the house in Plymouth last night and this morning as the murder probe continues.
The semi-detached home has been cordoned off by police, who haven't confirmed whether or not the raid is connected to Bobbi-Anne's death.
She is feared to have been snatched from a bus stop by a stranger just four miles away on Saturday night.
Police are continuing to quiz a 24-year-old man on suspicion of her murder.
They confirmed a 26-year-old man also arrested under the same offence has been released with no further action.
The pair were arrested after police searching for the teen found the body of a woman near popular Bovisand Beach.
Sources close to the family told The Sun they have no idea who the two suspects are.
It is understood police are investigating whether Bobbi-Anne was taken by a stranger off the street.
Cops are also attempting to establish how many people are involved in her disappearance and whether there was a sexual motive.
Bobbi-Anne's brother himself expressed fears she had been abducted while desperately appealing for information.
He said previously: "Someone has my f***ing sister".
Chilling details of Bobbi-Anne's final journey emerged yesterday after she left her home at 6pm to meet her boyfriend Louie Leach.
The teenager was last seen at a nearby bus stop 15 minutes later – with her headphones and a pouch of tobacco later discovered on grass nearby.
After she failed to meet with her boyfriend of six months, he raised the alarm.
His mother Adele told The Sun: “She was meant to see him at the time.
“Louie was at home, he was waiting for her.”
He is now reportedly being comforted by Bobbi-Anne's heartbroken family and is said to be "crushed" by the tragedy.
Tributes have flooded in for the teenager led by her brother Lee.
He shared a touching childhood photo of the two of them beaming at the camera in their primary school uniforms.
Lee wrote: "Until we meet again sis. I love you.
"You didn't deserve this, such a beautiful and talented girl, and to have you as my little sister, the adventure and journey we had will always be treasured. Now go rest easy."
A GoFundMe page has now been launched to help her heartbroken family with funeral costs.
Police launched a huge search after the teen disappeared and were seen over the past three days carrying out painstaking fingertip searches on grassland.
Officers were also posted at the entrance to the underpass where Bobbi-Anne had made her way to the bus stop before she disappeared.
Despite their efforts, police yesterday confirmed the body of a woman had been found last night near Bovisand Beach.
A road leading down to the popular beach, which is nestled below cliffs, has now been cordoned off.
Formal identification is yet to take place but Bobbi-Anne's family have been informed of the development and are being supported by investigators.
Chief Superintendent Matt Longman said: "This is weighing heavy on the people of Plymouth tonight, it really is.
"And I would just like to send my thoughts to the friends and family of Bobbi-Anne; that actually feels like it's a relatively inadequate thing to say at such a time."
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