Police have re-created the journey between the home of murdered Melbourne woman Karen Ristevksi and the bushland site where her body was found.
They drove a Mercedes-Benz SLK 200 coupe identical to the one owned by Ms Ristevski as part of an investigation into her death 14 months after she went missing, the Herald-Sun reported.
Police confirmed in a statement that detectives were in Macedon on Wednesday.
"Missing Persons Squad detectives continue to investigate the death of Avondale Heights woman Karen Ristevski," the statement said.
"As part of their investigation, detectives were in Macedon making enquiries.
"This investigation remains ongoing and at this stage it would be inappropriate to comment further."
Ms Ristevski's husband Borce, who's denied being involved in his wife's death, reported her missing after she left their Avondale Heights home in June last year.
Mr Ristevski has previously told Victoria Police he took his wife's Mercedes out for a drive on the Calder Freeway on June 29, the day she vanished, did a u-turn and returned home.
Police said in July they believed the Mercedes-Benz was driven through Diggers Rest to Gisborne, then past Mount Macedon Golf Club towards Macedon Regional Park.
Police at that time questioned Mr Ristevski about what he was doing for almost 100 minutes that day.
Ms Ristevski's her body was found in the Macedon area on February 20 this year.