June 19 2013 Latest news:
Story by: ROB SETCHELL, Reporter
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
TWO men from the Wisbech area arrested on suspicion of the murder of Alisa Dmitrijeva have been released on police bail.
The men, aged 28 and 31, were arrested in King’s Lynn yesterday and have been bailed until July.
Alisa’s body was found by a dog walker at Anmer - a remote part of the royal Sandringham Estate - on New Year’s Day.
It took more than a week to identify the human remains, but a DNA profile and palm print revealed it was the 17-year-old.
Alisa had been reported missing from Wisbech on September 6, last year.
The last confirmed sighting of the 17-year-old was in Friars Street, King’s Lynn, just after midnight on August 31.
Alisa’s family had previously spoken of their grief in an appeal for people to come forward and help Norfolk police investigate her murder.
They said: “We have read about distressing things like this in the paper happening to other families – but we never thought anything would happen to us.
“Our family has been left devastated and in a state of grief and sorrow at the sad and untimely loss of our beautiful daughter, granddaughter and sister Alisa.
“Our hearts have been broken in the way Alisa was taken from us and we hope no other family has to suffer as we have.
“Please can you help us to find out what happened to Alisa, and who is responsible for her murder.
“Alisa had just finished college and I proudly look after her certificates which she never knew she achieved. She went missing just before they were delivered.
“We will never know how bright her future might have been.”