A man in his 20s has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the brutal stabbing of a pensioner in Norfolk.
Police say the suspect is from the local area and is being held in custody.
Peter Wrighton, who was 83 and from Banham, was found dead in woodland near East Harling last Saturday, August 5.
The dog walker was repeatedly stabbed in the head and neck.
Detectives say they will re-close The Street, close to where Mr Wrighton was found, later today for "operational reasons".
The family of an elderly dog walker who was stabbed to death in Norfolk woodland have described him as ‘mild-mannered and gentle’.
Police have more time to question a man over the brutal stabbing of a pensioner - having spoken to more than 700 people at the scene.
An 83-year-old who was murdered in Norfolk at the weekend has been named as retired BT worker Peter Wrighton