POLICE have found remains they believe to be bones and bone fragments during a further search of the Butlers Falls area on Wednesday. The two-day search for further remains of murdered woman Lateesha Nolan has concluded, with the next step being to find out if the bones discovered match the femur bone found by a passer-by late last month. The search for further remains commenced on Tuesday&nbsp;after DNA confirmed a bone located on a riverbank south of the city belonged to 24-year-old Ms&nbsp;Nolan, who disappeared in 2005. Over the past two days, detectives from the State Crime Command’s Homicide Squad’s Strike Force Durkin, with the assistance of police from Orana Local Area Command, Western Region Operations Support Group, Forensic Services Group and Volunteer Rescue Association; searched an area near Butlers Falls for further remains. Following the conclusion of the search detectives have confirmed they have found numerous items, which are believed to be bones and bone fragments. These will be taken for examination by a forensic pathologist and an anthropologist, which will be followed by further analysis, including DNA testing.