Body found On Queen’s Estate Identified.
The body of a young woman found dead on Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham country estate has been identified as a 17-year-old Latvian who went missing in August 2011.
A dog walker stumbled on the body of Alisa Dmitrijeva, on 1 January 12012, in woods on the farmland about 1.5 kilometres from the main gate to Sandringham House where the queen and her family usually spends the Christmas holiday. Forensics experts had difficulty identifying the body but have now confirmed identity of the remains using records of the girl’s palm and DNA.
The police also confirmed that Alisa was murdered. Although the Queens staff are helping police with investigations it should be noted that part of the estate is a 600-acre country park open to the public and with such a huge area the murder could have been committed by anyone.