Police say it is unlikely they will prosecute anybody over the death of Jade Anderson because they could not prove a crime had been committed.
At this stage of the inquiry, we do not have anything evidentially to categorically prove a crime has been committed, therefore it is unlikely at this stage we will be seeking to bring a prosecution.
That is not to say that no prosecution will ever be brought.
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