A TEENAGER arrested on suspiscion of supplying drugs that led to the death of a 13-year-old has been released, with police again reminding people to stop posting comments online that could jeopardise the investigation.

Carson Price, from Hengoed in the Caerphilly County Borough, was found unconscious in Ystrad Mynach Park on Friday, April 12.

He later died in hospital, with police focussing their investigation on theh supply of class A drugs.

A 14-year-old boy was arrested in the Pontllanfraith of Blackwood on Thursday, April 18, and yesterday police released a warning about a brand of ecstasy tablets known as ‘Donkey-Kong pills’, that they say could be linked to Carson’s death.

Today, Gwent Police confirmed the boy has now been released from custody, as police seek “charging advice” from the Crown Prosecution Service.

Caerphilly Superintendent Nick McLain, who has previously spoken out about his belief that drugs were involved in the case,  said: "Again, I would like to thank all members of the community for their continued support during this tragic time.

“The information received from the public has been a vital part of the investigation.

"I would like to ask the community to support our ongoing work, and refrain from posting any comments on social media that may jeopardise the investigation."