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09 April 2020 08:35

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Murder arrest after dog walker 'altercation' in Roade

A murder investigation has been launched in Northamptonshire after a pensioner died following an altercation between two dog walkers. The 72-year-old man was assaulted in the village of Roade, just south of Northampton, at around 4.20pm on Wednesday afternoon. Members of the public and paramedics tried to save him, but he was pronounced dead at the scene. A 27-year-old man from Northampton has been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the incident which took place between Hyde Road and Blisworth Road. "At the present time and in order to preserve best evidence, we are treating this incident as a murder investigation," Detective Inspector Pete Long dsaid.

A murder probe has been launched after the death of a pensioner following an altercation between two dog walkers. The force said a 27-year-old Northampton man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the incident between Hyde Road and Blisworth Road, and remains in police custody. Police rushed to the area of Blisworth Road in the village of Roade at around 4.20pm to reports that the 72-year-old victim had been assaulted Image copyright Geograph/Philip Jeffrey Image caption The victim, a 72-year-old, was treated by paramedics, but died a short time later A man has been arrested on suspicion of a pensioner's murder after an "altercation" between two dog walkers in a village, police have said. The 72-year-old man was assaulted in Hyde Road in Roade, Northamptonshire, at about 16:20 BST on Wednesday. Northamptonshire Police said he was treated by paramedics, but died a short time later.

A 27-year-old man from Northampton remains in police custody, the force said. Det Insp Pete Long said he was particularly keen to speak to anyone "who may have witnessed an altercation between two dog walkers in the area". He appealed for anyone who was in the Hyde Road/Blisworth Road area between 15:50 and 16:20 to contact the force. "At the present time and in order to preserve best evidence, we are treating this incident as a murder investigation," he said. A MURDER investigation has launched after the death of a pensioner following an altercation between two dog walkers.

Northamptonshire Police said they received reports of a 72-year-old being assaulted at around 4.20pm on Wednesday. The incident occurred on Wednesday in Northampton Credit: Google The pensioner was pronounced dead at the scene in the Roade area of Northampton despite the efforts of paramedics and members of the public. Police said a 27-year-old Northampton man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the incident between Hyde Road and Blisworth Road. The man remains in police custody. Detective Inspector Pete Long, from the East Midlands Special Operations Unit Major Crime Team, said: "At the present time and in order to preserve best evidence, we are treating this incident as a murder investigation.

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Click here to upload yours. Sign up to FREE email alerts from Daily Star - Daily News Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Invalid Email A 27-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a pensioner died following a fight between dog walkers. Northamptonshire Police were scrambled to reports of a 72-year-old being assaulted in at around 4.20pm on Wednesday. Paramedics rushed to the scene in the Roade area of Northampton but sadly the elderly victim was pronounced dead at the scene. Police said a 27-year-old local man was arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the incident. He remained in police custody as of this morning. Detective Inspector Pete Long, of Northants Police, said: "At the present time and in order to preserve best evidence, we are treating this incident as a murder investigation. "As the public can well imagine, this is an exceptionally fast-moving investigation and a team of detectives from the Major Crime Team are working around the clock to gather all the evidence and ascertain exactly what happened here. "I would appeal to anyone who saw what happened or who may have information about the incident to please come forward and help us. (Image: Google Maps) "I am particularly interested in speaking to anyone who may have witnessed an altercation between two dog walkers in the area of Hyde Road/Blisworth Road between 3.50pm and 4.20pm today. "Specialist officers are supporting the family of the 72-year-old man at what is an extremely distressing time." The force has asked any witnesses or anyone with information to call them on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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