Police have confirmed the name of the man who died after being assaulted in Hereford as 30-year-old Christian Bagley from Friars Street in Hereford.
Christian was found with serious stab wounds in Rogers Avenue, Hereford on Sunday 21 June and was taken to Hereford hospital where he sadly died.
The initial attack, which occurred between 10.40pm and 11pm that evening, is thought to have taken place under the Hunderton Bridge near the Great Western Way, locally known as 'the lines'.
"I would like to take this opportunity to offer my sincerest condolences to Christian's family. We will continue to offer any support they may need to help them through this very difficult time.
"My team are working hard to discover the exact details leading up to Christian's death. We believe he was assaulted under the Hunderton Bridge and ask anyone who was anywhere near the area to come forward. You could have seen something which may seem small but could be extremely useful to the investigation."
At the time of his death Christian is thought to have been wearing a blue Adidas jacket, blue jeans and Adidas trainers.
Anyone who has any further information is asked to call 101 and quote the incident reference 717s of 21st June.
Disruption on First Great Western between London Paddington and Hereford due to animals on the line at Kingham. Tickets being accepted on local bus routes.
A family of five have been involved in a 'significant' car crash in Hereford, which left a father, mother and three children in hospital.Read the full story ›
A trailer has overturned at a roundabout in Herefordshire, killing around 20 sheep.
It happened on the A49 Belmont Island in Hereford, outside Asda, at 6:20am.
The trailer had been carrying around 100 sheep, two of which have escaped.
Emergency Services spent more than an hour clearing the busy roundabout, and police are searching for the two outstanding animals.
Asda roundabout update. The trailer has just been put back up on its wheels and currently as I tweet it's moving into a safe place
Yep. All clear now. Everyone ok. Tractor driver looks abit sheepish but ok. (Sorry)
Donations for a kitten who survived 16 days without food and water after he boarded a shipping container from Egypt to Hereford have soared.Read the full story ›
An eight-month-old kitten survived a 16 day journey in a shipping container from Egypt before arriving on the back of a lorry in Hereford.Read the full story ›
BT has announced the West Midlands is to benefit from plans to create a thousand apprenticeships and graduate jobs in the UK.Read the full story ›
The minor injuries units at Leominster and Ross-on-Wye are to close this week so staff can help out at Hereford County Hospital's A&E.Read the full story ›
Hereford FC have successfully negotiated a five-year lease with Herefordshire Council to ensure they can play football at Edgar Street.
The agreement and lease is due to run from March 2015 but is subject to contract and solicitor's final comment.
This means that the club can be registered with the Football Association in time to ensure that Edgar Street sees football back at the ground in time for the 2015/16 season.
We are delighted to announce Hereford Football Club as the new tenants for the ground. The last few months have been fraught; there has been great uncertainty over the future of the ground and I am personally extremely pleased that we have been able to put an end to that uncertainty after a difficult few months. We hope that the historic supporters of the club will welcome the news and support Hereford Football Club with the same passion and fervour as Hereford United.”
A4103 in both directions blocked, slow traffic due to accident near A465. Affecting traffic between Hereford and Withington.