More tests on Sandringham body
Police are to carry out further tests in a bid to identify a young woman whose body was found on the Queen's estate.
The remains at Sandringham, discovered on New Year's Day, are said to be of a white woman aged between 15 and 23.
Norfolk Police had hoped initial samples taken from the body would give a DNA profile of the victim, but the analysis failed to provide a profile and the identity was not established.
A spokesman said: "Further testing is being carried out, which will take an additional 24 hours before results are available. Officers will also look at more traditional methods of identifying the victim, which may take longer."
Police are examining missing persons reports for potential links to the body, which officers said had been at the site for between one and four months.
Detective Chief Inspector Jes Fry admitted he did not know the identity of the victim and this was the main line of inquiry.
He did not rule out links to the disappearances of Alisa Dmitrijeva, 17, from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, and Vitalija Baliutaviciene, 29, from Peterborough, who both vanished last August.
Norfolk Police said both cases were "lines of inquiry" being pursued.
Mr Fry said: "We will be focusing on all local missing persons and then spread our catchment area depending on how our investigation goes.
"Part of the post-mortem will try to establish the identification through fingerprints or DNA which may help us identify who the victim is more quickly. Hopefully in the next day or so we will have a good idea who we are dealing with and that may open fresh lines of inquiry."