Great Yarmouth fatal stabbing: latest
A 21-year-old man has died after being stabbed in Great Yarmouth.
Detectives are continuing to question two people arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of a man in Great Yarmouth last night.
A third person, a 31-year-old local woman, has also been arrested in connection with the stabbing.
Police were called to Stanley Terrace in the town at 7.45pm, where a man was found in the street with serious injuries.
The 21 year old man was taken to the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston but died a short while later.
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A 17-year-old woman and 29 year-old-man, both local to the area and arrested on suspicion of murder, remain in police custody at this time and will continue to be questioned throughout today.
Det Chief Insp Jes Fry of the joint Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team (MIT) said: 'Officers from the local Safer Neighbourhood Team will be working with officers from MIT to carry out house to house inquiries and community reassurance patrols throughout today.
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'The scene will remain sealed while we continue to carry out a forensic investigation, along with searches of the area. I would ask that anyone who has any information about the offence to contact police.'
Anyone with information is asked to call the MIT on 0845 456 4567. Alternatively information can be passed to police by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.