Stuart Brown death: Police conclude inquiries

Stuart Brown Image copyright Surrey Police
Image caption Stuart Brown was seen walking from Woking town centre the day before his body was found

A police investigation into the death of a man whose body was found in Surrey has been closed after no evidence was found to support criminal proceedings.

The body of Stuart Brown, 35, was discovered in bushes in Horsell Moor, near Woking, on 22 April last year.

His cause of death has never been established.

A man in his 30s, who was arrested in November on suspicion of assault, manslaughter and perverting the course of justice, faces no further action.

Mr Brown was last seen walking away from Woking town centre along Constitution Hill at 16:20 BST on 21 April.

In a statement, Surrey Police said: "Officers have completed their investigation into the death of Stuart Brown... the police investigation concluded that there was no evidence to support any criminal proceedings and a file will be submitted to the Coroner's Office."

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