A murder investigation has been launched after the death of a man in Leicester during the early hours of Saturday morning (24 February).
The ambulance service was called to Dannett Street, at the junction of Warwick Street, at 3.42am following a report that a man had been found lying in the street with a stab wound.
Officers were deployed to the scene and shortly afterwards the injured man died on the way to the hospital.
Detective Chief Inspector David Swift-Rollinson from East Midlands Special Operations Unit major crime team, said:
Dannett Street at the junction of Warwick Street has been cordoned off.
A second scene in Fosse Road North, at the junction with Groby Road, has also been cordoned off as it’s believed this may be connected to the incident.