Sandringham Estate death: Pair not facing murder suspicion

Alisa Dmitrijeva Alisa Dmitrijeva moved to the UK with her family in 2009

Two men arrested on suspicion of murdering a teenager whose body was found on the Sandringham royal estate, are no longer suspected of murder.

The body of Latvian Alisa Dmitrijeva, 17, was discovered by a dog walker at Anmer in Norfolk on New Year's Day.

The men, aged 28 and 31 and from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, were arrested in King's Lynn and later bailed.

Police said they are not under arrest "in relation to murder" but remain on bail while investigations continue.

A Norfolk Police spokeswoman added: "However, they remain on bail and the investigation continues with a view to a file being submitted to Crown Prosecution Service with regards to any other offences that may have been committed in connection with Alisa's death.

"Her death is still being treated as suspicious."

The two men have been bailed until September.

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