Johanna Young death: No further action against arrested man

Johanna Young A post-mortem examination revealed Johanna Young died from drowning and a fractured skull

No further action is to be taken against a man arrested connection with the death of a Norfolk teenager more than 20 years ago.

Johanna Young, 14, disappeared from her family home in Watton on 23 December 1992. She was found dead on Boxing Day.

The man, in his 30s and from the Thetford area, was arrested after a plea for information by her parents on the 21st anniversary of her death.

Norfolk Police said he had been released from bail.

A second man in his 40s and from the Watton area, who was arrested in April in connection with the death, remains on bail.

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