Search and rescue teams have wrapped up their search for the remains of a missing Halifax woman, for now.

RCMP began searching a property near Tantallon, N.S. Thursday night in connection with the Reita Jordan case.

The land is off a logging road, accessible on Highway 103.

Police and search crews were back on the scene Friday morning but have since left.

They wouldn’t comment on whether or not they had found anything of interest.

Jordan, 34, was last seen at her boyfriend’s home in Hammonds Plains on March 19.

Neighbours say she had been living at the home with Paul Trevor Calnen, but was in the process of moving out.

When family didn’t hear from her, they filed a missing person’s report.

The RCMP Major Crime Unit picked up the case in April.

RCMP arrested Calnen on Brunswick Street in Halifax at approximately 2:35 p.m. Monday.

The 50-year-old man is charged with second-degree murder and interfering with human remains in the case.

He will remain in jail until his next court appearance in July.

Jordan’s remains have yet to be found.