Police have been investigating after a man was found at an address in Lostock Hall with injuries which he later died from.
He was taken by ambulance to Royal Preston Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
A man has been found dead at an address in Lostock Hall, Preston.
Police were called after reports of a disturbance at Albrighton Close in Lostock Hall, on Monday night. A 21-year-old man has been arrested.
A Lancashire Police statement said: "Police and paramedics attended and found a man with serious injuries.
He was taken by ambulance to Royal Preston Hospital where he was later sadly pronounced deceased.
A post mortem will be carried out in due course to establish the exact cause of death.
A 21 year old man was located near to the scene and arrested."
A further two men been charged over the murder of a Preston teenager. 18 year old Jonjo Highton died last weekend from neck wounds. A total of 5 people have been charged over his death. Two other men remain in police custody
“I would like to thank all those people who have assisted with this enquiry and I can confirm that we have traced the Vauxhall Vectra that we were looking for. “Again, I am asking anyone with information to come forward before we pay them a visit."
Police are appealing for help to trace wanted man from Blackpool who absconded from Preston Crown Court earlier this week.
Sam Thomas, who's 17, was due to appear at court in relation to burglary offences, car thefts, driving without insurance and a bicycle theft.
He has been on the run from police since and it's believed he may have been involved in another vehicle theft in Blackpool today, where a Citroen car was stolen from an address on Condor Drive.
Insp Jason Richardson from Blackpool Police said: “Thomas has been sighted in the Blackpool area yesterday and today, so we do believe he could still be in the local area.
“I would like to remind anyone who may be harbouring Thomas that they are indeed committing an offence themselves and could leave themselves open to prosecution.”
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 14 year old cyclist was killed on a road in Preston. The collision happened at 10.15pm last night on New Hall Lane (the A59) towards Brockholes Brow.
The boy was taken by ambulance to the Royal Preston Hospital but died in the early hours of this morning.
Sgt Gareth Hill, of the Road Policing Unit, said: “This was a tragic incident where a teenager has sadly died and I would appeal for anyone who witnessed this collision or who has any information to contact us.”
Detectives leading a murder inquiry into the death of 18-year-old Jonjo Highton in Preston are appealing for information about a car which may have been involved.
Seven men aged between 19 and 27 are in custody on suspicion of murder.
The man leading the investigation, Detective Superintendent Eddie Thistlethwaite, said:
“We believe that the attackers may have used several vehicles and I would appeal for anyone who may have seen these cars in the area south of Moor Park around St Stephen’s Road area or indeed anywhere in Preston on Saturday night to contact us.
I am specifically interested in locating a blue Vauxhall Vectra, registration KG04 EJU and a people carrier possibly a silver or grey Renault Megane Scenic that was seen in company with the vehicle.
“Do you know the whereabouts of the Vectra KG04 EJU? Have you been innocently sold this car or asked to scrap it since Saturday? Do you know who has used this car within the last few weeks?”.
Two more men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a teenager died in a knife attack in Preston.
The body of 18-year-old Jonjo Highton was found on St Stephen's Road in Deepdale over the weekend.
Five men aged between 19 and 26 have been arrested so far. Police believe a number of people were involved.
Preston North End’s away clash with Leyton Orient on September 6 has been called off due to international call-ups.
The Lilywhites have had three members of their first team squad called up for their respective nations with more expected to follow.
Australian Bailey Wright faces a double header with the Socceroos against Belgium and Saudi Arabia – the second of those matches being played at Fulham’s Craven Cottage.
Winger Chris Humphrey is heading to Canada with Jamaica for one match, whilst Scott Wiseman has been called up by Gibraltar for their first even European Championship qualifying match against Poland.
Andy Little is on the Northern Ireland standby list and it is expected that several of the younger players in manager Simon Grayson’s first team plans will be called up in the coming days for their respective nations and age groups.
No date has been announced for the rescheduled fixture as of yet and this will be announced as soon as it is confirmed.
Preston North End are delighted to announce that Joe Garner has agreed to a new two year deal with the Club. http://t.co/slDYyJHA62
Preston North End have confirmed striker Joe Garner has signed a new deal with the club.
The frontman had been linked with a move away from Deepdale after a 24-goal season last campaign, but has secured a new contract with the Lillywhites until summer 2016.
Preston boxer Scott Fitzgerald says he still can't believe he won gold at the Commonwealth Games.
The welterweight beat India's much fancied Mandeep Jangra to win gold.
Compatriot Antony Fowler from Liverpool, who is first cousin of Liverpool striker Robbie, hopes his gold will mean his family is known for more than just football.