I'm not sure they can put stuff into the public domain without prejudicing any case can they? We don't know what progress has been made nor what actual avenues they are pursuing. Looking at the existing charges against PR for example, they might think his internet browsing history is of interest? If he's gone onto the dark web that will take a lot of time and expertise to sift through. They might think it's worth going through earlier CCTV to pick him up engaging in other crimes. They might need expertise to show where she was put in water and where she could have been killed. They may be getting DNA from everyone cigarette butt they picked up. They might be liaising with other forces to look for patterns. They linked PR to the case when the first inquest was held and they didn't unlink him this time which I feel must be significant. I'm pretty sure they would have done if they couldn't link. Him at all. I also wonder if they're still looking for someone else as well. I would have thought a suspicious death would take a long time to investigate but I'm new to this. I also think, from what little we've heard about PR, that it might be quite a complicatef case they're bringing to court. Just my opinion but I think he probably has more of a part history than we've heard about. Her poor family will know far more. They will be kept in the loop. It's their job to get justice for Libby and her family.