Today, Wednesday 17 July 2019, a spokesperson from Metropolitan Police have confirmed that "no evidence was recovered" and "Miss. Lamplugh’s family have been informed".
The search started earlier this month - Wednesday 3 July 2019.
It has involved the excavation of several areas of land, which was conducted with the assistance of archaeologists.
The Met would like to thank West Mercia Police for their assistance, also the landowners and local community for their cooperation and understanding.
The ongoing investigation into Miss Lamplugh’s disappearance and suspected murder is being led by the Met’s Central Specialist Crime Command.
A spokesperson from Metropolitan Police said:
"We remain committed to securing justice for Suzy and her family, and officers will continue to assess any new information received in connection with this case."
At the beginning of July it was reported officers from the Metropolitan Police Service had commenced a search of areas of land in Pershore, Worcestershire. The search related to the disappearance of Suzy Lamplugh in 1986.
A number of officers and police staff remained on site until the thorough search had been completed.
The land owners of the area searched are not involved in the Estate Agent's vanishing.
Officers received new information about Miss. Lamplugh’s disappearance following the publicity around the search of a property in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham back in October of last year which was carried out as part of the investigation.