UK Police Identify Body Found On Queen's Estate
January 8, 2012 7:09PM (UTC)
LONDON (AP) — British detectives investigating the murder of a woman whose remains were found on the queen's estate say they have identified the victim as a 17-year-old missing girl.
Norfolk Police say the decomposed body was that of Alisa Dmitrijeva, who was reported missing from home in August.
The body was found by a dog walker on New Year's Day in woodland three miles (five kilometers) from the royal residence at Sandringham House.
Sandringham, in rural Norfolk, is a vast estate where Queen Elizabeth II and her family traditionally gather to celebrate the holiday season. The royal family is not implicated in the crime in any way.
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