GEORGE NEWS - Various car parts, building blocks and a small sock was found by police and members of Metro Rescue where Heidi Scheepers (35) and her two children, Cozette (6) and Hugo (2), went off the cliff in their VW Caravelle at Voëlklip near Herold's Bay in October 2019.
It is believed that the sock belonged to little Hugo.
The items were recovered on Thursday 9 March after a member of the public allegedly saw what looked like debris from a vehicle while he was flying his drone in the area.
Some of the car parts are believed to be that of Scheepers' VW Caravelle that she and the children were allegedly travelling in on the night that they went missing.
According to Southern Cape police spokesperson, Capt Malcolm Pojie, the search was relaunched in attempt to recover debris that was spotted by the private drone operator.
"It is possible that more clues can be found and also assist in finding the missing girl. At this stage we can't confirm if the parts belonged to the Caravelle or not," he said.
Scheepers and her children went missing on Tuesday 22 October after what was allegedly meant to be a quick visit to Herold's Bay beach, a popular beach not far from their home in Oubaai.
Her husband, Ettienne, reported them missing later that evening when they didn't arrive home.
Heidi and Hugo's bodies were later recovered from the ocean, but Cozette has not been found.
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