Police get more time to question Andrew McGowan murder suspects
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Police officers investigating the murder of Great Yarmouth man Andrew McGowan have been given additional time to interview two males who are currently in custody.
Mr McGowan, 33, died from his injuries after his body was found by officers at Dickens Court at 10.35pm on November 14 following reports of a disturbance.
A Home Office post-mortem revealed he had died as a result of stab wounds.
The officers, from joint Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team have been given until this evening to question the two males, aged 21 and 18, in custody.
A man and a woman from Great Yarmouth remain on police bail after being arrested in connection with the incident.