May 18, 2017 8:08 am

Sandeson murder trial set to resume hearing evidence on Thursday

The William Sandeson murder trial is expected to hear a full day of evidence on Thursday

Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press
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The jury in the William Sandeson murder trial is expected to hear a full day of evidence on Thursday.

Sandeson, 24, is charged with the first-degree of Taylor Samson, 22.

Samson was last seen alive the night of Aug 15, 2015.

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Police have alleged that Sandeson killed Samson in his Henry Street apartment.

His body has never been found.

Wednesday, the court heard evidence from two police officers.

READ MORE: Jury in William Sandeson murder trial to hear more evidence Tuesday

Staff Sgt. Andre Habib, a member of the Halifax Regional Police, testified that officers searched the Sandeson family farm in Lower Truro, N.S., for three days looking for a body, which they did not find.

Global’s Natasha Pace will be live tweeting from inside Nova Scotia Supreme Court during proceedings.

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