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A man with head injuries who found barely conscious in a field in Bury St Edmunds on Tuesday has now died.
The Ambulance Service and Suffolk Police found the man, who was in his 20s, barely breathing in a field near to West Suffolk College in Out Risbygate on Tuesday 22 August.
The man was taken to West Suffolk Hospital where he was diagnosed with a bleed on the brain. Police say the cause of his injuries remains unexplained and there will be a post-mortem examination.
Detectives investigating his death have arrested two people from Bury St Edmunds. A 22-year-old woman and a 17-year-old girl were both arrested on suspicion of robbery. They have both been bailed in connection with this incident until Tuesday 19 September pending further enquires.
Initial witness reports described a man seen walking unsteadily and falling over and officers would like to hear from anyone else who was in the area between 6pm and 9pm on Tuesday evening.
A second person has been arrested after a man in his 20s was found barely conscious in a field in Bury St Edmunds.
The man was discovered close to West Suffolk College in the Out Risbygate area of the town on Tuesday night (22 August).
He remains in a critical condition at the West Suffolk Hospital after suffering a bleed on the brain.
Police remain at the scene as they continue to work to establish the circumstances leading to his current condition.
His injuries are still being treated as unexplained, but a 17-year-old girl and a 22-year-old woman are being questioned on suspicion of robbery.
- Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact West CID at Bury St Edmunds Police Station on 101 quoting reference CAD 455 of 22 August
A teenage girl's been arrested after a man in his 20s was found barely conscious in a field in Bury St Edmunds.
The man was discovered close to West Suffolk College in the Out Risbygate area of the town on Tuesday night ( 22 August).
He remains in a critical condition at the West Suffolk Hospital.
His injuries are still being treated as unexplained, but a 17-year-old girl's being questioned on suspicion of robbery.
Officers would like to hear from anyone else who was in the area between 6pm and 9pm on Tuesday evening who may have seen a man in his 20s walking in this way, or witnessed any unusual activity.
A man in his 20s is fighting for his life after being found barely breathing in a field in Suffolk.
He was discovered close to West Suffolk College at Out Risbygate in Bury St Edmunds around 9pm Tuesday (August 22) evening.
Police say the man has a "life-threatening bleed on the brain" but they are treating his injuries as unexplained and need to work out what happened to him.
Witnesses reported seeing a man walking unsteadily in the area and falling over. By the time police reached him he was barely conscious.
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The father of missing airman Corrie McKeague says he does not believe his son's remains will be found in an incinerator in Suffolk.
Police revealed yesterday they are examining waste - including bone fragments - found at the plant in Great Blakenham.
But Martin McKeague has told ITV News Anglia he thinks the best hope of finding Corrie is to keep searching a landfill site at Milton in Cambridgeshire and that he doesn't believe the fragments are anything to do with Corrie.
They have found some bones which were expected and which could be animal bones, we're just going to have to wait and see until they're tested. Deep down I don't think it's Corrie.
Specialist officers sifted through 650 tonnes of ash at the Great Blakenham plant over the weekend. Last night police issued a statement saying they had: "Recovered some material that requires further examination in order to establish whether it is in any way connected to Corrie McKeague… It will be subject to specialist examination and forensic analysis."
Corrie went missing after a night out in Bury St Edmunds in September last year. Police believe he fell asleep in a bin and was carried away in a bin lorry.
This led them to the landfill site in Milton in Cambridgeshire which officers spent 20 weeks searching. Costs reached 1.2million pounds. The search was stopped two weeks ago.