A motorcyclist has died following a three-vehicle collision on the A12 at Foxhall last night.
Norwich: Man Arrested in Bawburgh Murder
A man's been arrested after the death of man at a party at the home of former boxing champion Herbie Hide.
He's been arrested on suspicion of murder following the launch of an investigation into the death of a 25 year old man at the property in the village of Bawburgh in the early hours of Sunday morning (19 March 2012).
The detained man is from the Norwich area and is currently in Wymondham Police Investigation Centre awaiting questioning.
The incident occurred shortly after midnight at a private party being held at the property in Long Lane in the village. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
It is understood Mr Hide was not present at the time.
The victim has been formally identified as Tafadzwa Kahn -known as Taffy- from St Giles Street, Norwich. Family Liaison Officers have been assigned to assist his family during the ongoing enquiry.
A Home Office post mortem examination, found that cause of death was multiple stab wounds to the body.
The property remains sealed and a forensic examination continues at this time.
Police will continue to provide high visibility reassurance patrols in the area. Members of the local community who have any concerns are asked to contact local officers in the Costessey Safer Neighbourhood Team in the first instance.
After appearing on TV, the family of missing Clacton man, Nigel Kedar, have issued an appeal.
A man who beat his ex partner to death in Norwich has been jailed for life with a minimum of 24 years.
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