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Police hunt for man to help with murder inquiry

Officers investigating the death of Daniel Baker in Derbyshire earlier this year have released a CCTV image of a man they believe may have information about the attack.

Mr Baker died after being found in Mansfield Road, South Normanton, shortly after 11.30pm on July 19 suffering from a stab wound.

The man in the latest picture released by police got on a bus at the same time as Mr Baker at Clay Cross the day before he died.

Police believe this man may have spoken to stab victim Daniel Baker the day before he died Credit: Derbyshire Police

Officers believe he may have spoken to the victim and could be able to help them piece together what happened between the bus journey and his death.

Two people have been charged with murdering Mr Baker. They have been remanded in custody to await trial.

Daniel Baker, who died from a stab wound in July Credit: Derbyshire Police

Daniel Baker murder suspects have appeared in court

Two people have appeared in court charged with the murder of 32-year-old Daniel Baker from Derby, who was found collapsed with a stab wound on Mansfield Road in South Normanton just after 11.30am on July 19th.

Thirty-one-year-old Leon Lockhart and 24-year-old Michaela Griffiths were remanded in custody and are due to appear at Nottingham Crown Court on July 24th.

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Two people charged in connection with South Normanton murder

Two people have been charged in connection with the murder of Daniel Baker in South Normanton.

Leon Lockhart, 31, and Michaela Griffiths, 24, from South Normanton, have been charged with murdering the 32-year-old.

They will appear before North East Derbyshire and Dales Magistrates Court on July 23.

Mr Baker, from Derby, was found collapsed at 11.35pm in Mansfield Road by passers-by.

He was taken to King's Mill Hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival.

A post mortem examination revealed he died from a stab wound.

Two people arrested on suspicion of murder

Officers investigating the death of a man in South Normanton have arrested two people on suspicion of murder.

A 31-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman, who are both from South Normanton, were arrested on Sunday July 21 in South Normanton.

The man who died has been formally identified as Daniel Thomas Baker, who lived in Derby. A post mortem examination revealed that he died from a stab wound.

Mr Baker was discovered collapsed on Mansfield Road by a couple of people who were walking along the road.

He was taken by ambulance to King’s Mill Hospital where he was certified dead on arrival.

Police would like to speak to anyone who saw Mr Baker between 5pm on July 18 when he caught a Red Arrow bus from Clay Cross to Derby up until the evening of July 19 when he was found injured in South Normanton.

Two arrested on suspicion of murder

Location of incident Credit: ITV News Central

Officers investigating the death of a man in South Normanton have arrested two people on suspicion of murder.

The victim, who has been identified today as Daniel Thomas Baker, who lived in Derby, was found collapsed on Friday evening on Mansfield Road. He had been stabbed.

A 31-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman, who are both from South Normanton, were arrested at 10:00 this morning.

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Police investigate suspicious death

Man found collapsed Credit: ITV News Central

Police are investigating the death of a man who was found collapsed in a street in South Normanton.

He was discovered just after 11:30 last night on Mansfield Road and taken to hospital where he was certified dead on arrival.

He is thought to be 32-years-old and not from the area. A search of the area has been taking place today.

Suspicious death in South Normanton

Police are investigating the death of a man who was found collapsed in a street in South Normanton.

He was discovered just after 11:30 last night on Mansfield Road and taken to King's Mill Hospital where he was certified dead on arrival.

He is thought to be 32-years-old and not from the area.

A post mortem examination is due to take place and a search of the area is continuing today.