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15 August 2012, 10:17 | Updated: 15 August 2012, 10:31
Two men, arrested on suspicion of killing Wisbech teenager Alisa Dmitrijeva, are no longer suspected of murdering her.
Police made the arrests in May in connection with human remains, identified as those of missing 17 year old Alisa Dmitrijeva, which were found on the Queens Sandringham Estate in Norfolk on New Years Day.
The men, aged 28 and 31 and from the Wisbech area, answered their bail yesterday (14th August 2012), police said. "They have been informed that they are no longer under arrest in relation to her murder.
"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.
Alisa's body was found by a dog walker in a field near the village of Anmer, less than a mile from Sandringham House where the royals were in residence for their festive break. She was last seen alive in August and police believe her body had been in the field since September.