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- Police say images have been circulated on social media that could help detectives with their case. They are asking the public to send the images to the police

UK news Police ask for images connected to Jesse Nwokejiobi's murder last minute news


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- Police say images have been circulated on social media that could help detectives with their case. They are asking the public to send the images to the police

UK news Police ask for images connected to Jesse Nwokejiobi's murder last minute news
22 November 2022 - 20:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Detectives investigating the murder of 17-year-old Jesse Nwokejiobi are asking the public to send in images connected to the case. Jesse was fatally stabbed in what the police believed was a targeted attack on Saturday afternoon in Logan's Meadow, in Cambridge. Cambridge Police said images have been circulating online in relation to Jesse's murder. They have received some of the images but are asking anyone with other pictures to contact them as soon as possible. Superintendent Adam Gallop, head of local policing for the south of Cambridgeshire, said: “We know there are images being circulated on social media as one has made its way to us. I want to thank those people who have already come forward, and appeal once again to those that knew Jesse, and maybe know something about this terrible crime. READ MORE: Family of fatally stabbed teenager in Cambridge release first photos of him “Please come forward like others have and help us find answers for Jesse’s family. My plea is for people to send us these images which can be easily done online via the Major Incident Public Portal. “I want to reassure the community that because they may have something on their phone, doesn’t mean they are in trouble, but evidentially it could help our investigation.” Officers would also like to see dash-cam footage from anyone in the St Andrews Road area between 2pm and 3pm on Saturday. Officers were called by the ambulance services at 2.52pm on Saturday with reports of a stabbing in Logan's Meadow. Despite the efforts of the paramedics, Jesse Nwokejiobi, of Edinburgh Road, was pronounced dead at the scene.

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. A 14-year-old boy was arrested at his home in Cambridge at 11.30 on Saturday night. Another 14-year-old and a 17-year-old were late arrested in their homes in South Cambs at around midnight. All three were arrested on suspicion of murder. The suspects have been released on bail. They will return to Thorpe Wood on February 20 for further enquiries to be carried out. Supt Gallop added: “I am aware that the update we gave yesterday around three individuals being released on bail may have caused some concern. There are strict policies in place which only allow us to keep people in police custody for a certain length of time without charging. “I would like to offer reassurance that we have in excess of 100 people working on this investigation, from a dedicated team within the Major Crime Unit, plus specially trained search officers and an additional 20 investigators from local policing who are assisting with carrying out house-to-house and CCTV enquiries. “We are working extremely hard to gather evidence and ultimately get justice for a young man who has tragically lost his life.” Anyone with information is urged to pass it to the Major Crime Unit online via the Major Incident Public Portal. Anyone without internet access should call 101 and quote Operation Helix. READ NEXT: 'Sense of shock' in Cambridge as 17-year-old boy murdered at Logan's Meadow Cambridge residents say murder of teen on Logan's Meadow has left them 'very scared' Heavy police presence in Cambridge as tributes paid to murdered teenager 'Sense of shock' in Cambridge as 17-year-old boy murdered at Logan's Meadow Photos show police at scene of murder investigation in Cambridge after 17-year-old stabbed

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