Detectives investigating a fatal stabbing in Ipswich yesterday (23 December) released two people on bail pending further enquiries.
Officers were called to Turin Street just after 1.50pm on Sunday 16 December to reports that a man had been stabbed.
Daniel Saunders, aged 32 and originally from Surrey, died at the scene of the incident. A Home Office post-mortem examination concluded that the cause of death was as a result of a single stab wound to the abdomen.
Four teenagers were arrested in connection with the attack in the Clacton area of Essex on Thursday 20 December and brought back to Suffolk for questioning.
A 17-year-old boy from Bury St Edmunds arrested on suspicion of murder, has today been released on police bail, pending further enquires until 17 January 2018.
An 18-year-old man from the Colchester area was also released on police bail, pending further enquiries until 18 January.
A 17-year-old boy, from the Colchester area, and a 15-year-old boy from Bury St Edmunds have both been released under investigation whilst enquiries continue.
Three people – two men, aged 44 and 39, and a woman aged 31 – who were arrested in connection with the incident on Sunday 16 December, remain on police bail until Friday 11 January pending further enquires.
Anniversary checks were conducted in the Turin Street area this afternoon (23 December), with officers speaking with residents and passers-by as part of the on-going public engagement and reassurance patrols in connection with the incident with 21 people spoken to.
Detectives are continuing to appeal for anyone who was in the vicinity of Turin Street, Kenyon Street and Wherstead Road on Sunday afternoon, and witnessed any suspicious persons or activity, to make contact. This includes anyone driving through the area who has a dash cam fitted in their vehicle.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Major Investigation Team either by using the online portal: https://mipp.police.uk/operation/363718M87-PO1 or by calling 101 and quoting reference 72682/18.
Alternatively contact the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, through their anonymous online form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org