Man in his 40s dies on Slough street after being ‘attacked in a car’ and left for dead by the side of the road
- Police have arrested a suspect after a man’s body was found dumped on a street
- Thames Valley Police believe the man was attacked inside a car and dumped
- The man was rushed to hospital where he was declared dead a few days later
- Officers are appealing for information from anyone who witnessed the attack
Police have arrested a suspect on suspicion of murder after a man in his forties was found dead on the street in Berkshire.
Officers believe the victim, who was found unconscious in the street in Slough, had been attacked in a car.
Thames Valley Police said that the victim was discovered on the junction of Sheffield Road and Northampton Avenue at 8.50pm yesterday.
Thames Valley Police have launched a murder investigation after an unconscious man was found on the street on the junction of Sheffield Road and Northampton Avenue at 8.50pm yesterday
Thames Valley Police are appealing for information following the discovery of the man dumped on the street in Slough
A spokesperson said the victim’s next of kin have been informed and they are being supported by specialist officers.
One man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and he is currently being detained in police custody.
Detective Superintendent Craig Kirby, senior investigating officer said: ‘We have launched a murder inquiry following the death of a man tonight. Our thoughts remain with the man’s family at this difficult time, and they are being supported.
‘We have made one arrest in connection with this incident. At this time we are not looking for anyone else in connection to this incident and we can confirm that those involved were known to each other.
‘We would ask anyone who may have information, or those who may have CCTV or mobile phone footage of the incident to please come forward and contact 101 or report online, quoting reference 1916 of 24/2/2022.
‘Members of the public will see an increased police presence whilst we continue our enquiries, anyone with information or concerns can speak to one of our uniformed officers.’