Two men have been arrested after a man's body was found in Southampton.
A 26-year-old man and a 35-year-old man, both from Southampton, have been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Officers were called to the property in Westridge Road shortly after 4.15pm on Friday afternoon. Police believe there may have been a disagreement at the property before the incident.
The body has not been formally identified and the cause of death hasn't been confirmed.
A post mortem examination is due to be carried out on the body of a man found at a flat on Westridge Road in Southampton on Friday afternoon.
Hampshire Police have issued a statement to reassure the public. Detectives say they think the crime was an isolated incident.
“Our investigations are continuing today and we are following up several lines of enquiries.
“At this stage we believe this to be an isolated incident and that there is no risk to the wider community.
“However, we understand that news of this incident will have caused concern among residents in the area, so our neighbourhood officers will be carrying out reassurance patrols throughout the weekend.
“The body was found in a multi-occupancy property and today our forensic officers are carrying out extensive searches there.
“To allow this to happen we have moved all the residents from the property and put them up in temporary accommodation.
“We are also anticipating that the scene will be cordoned off for some time yet, so we would like to thank residents for their patience as we continue our investigations.
“We understand that there may have been a dispute at the address earlier yesterday and we are appealing for anyone who may have seen or heard anything to contact us if you haven’t already as you may have information which can assist our investigation.”
Hampshire Police have launched a murder investigation following the discovery of a man's body at a flat in Southampton.
Officers were called to the property in Westridge Road shortly after 4.15pm on Friday afternoon. A police statement said they were not in a position to confirm the man's identity or any further details at this stage.
“We are in the early stages of an investigation into a man’s death which is being treated as suspicious.
“We understand there may have been a dispute at the address in Westridge Road earlier today (Friday, April 29).
“I am appealing for anyone who may have witnessed or heard this dispute to contact us. We are also keen to speak to anyone who may be able to provide us with any information which could help us establish the circumstances of the man’s death.”
Anyone with information should contact Hampshire Police on 101 quoting Operation Windless. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Detectives investigating a serious assault on a 17-year-old girl in Portsmouth say they have made an arrest in connection with the incident.
The teenager was attacked in Shearer Road on Monday 11th April. A 28-year-old man from Portsmouth is in police custody.
Anyone with information can telephone police on 101 quoting Operation Gather, or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A cctv image has been released showing two robbers attempting to smash their way into a jewellery store in Andover. Hampshire Police are appealing for witnesses.
The would-be thieves targeted David Mellor Jewellers in Waterloo Court at 10.50am on Wednesday 27th April 2016. They came up to the store on a black scooter and used lump hammers and a knife to hit the shopfront glass, however they were unable to break the glass - and were chased off by the store's manager.
It is believed that the offenders - who were unsuccessful at breaking into the store - then headed to the London area. The cctv image shows two people police would like to talk to. Both people were wearing dark clothing, one of them had a white helmet, the other wore a black motorcycle helmet.
Detectives have released a CCTV image of two people they would like to speak to about the attempted robbery.
Both wore dark clothing, one wore a dark-coloured motorcycle helmet and the other a white helmet.
Anyone with information can contact DC Swift at Basingstoke police station on 101, quoting 44160158481.
Alternatively, people can get in touch with Crimestoppers anonymously by telephoning 0800 555 111.
“This was a brazen daylight robbery attempt.
“We would like to hear from anyone who saw the two figures in the CCTV image travelling to or from the scene.
“We would also like to hear from anyone who witnessed what happened or anyone who has any knowledge of the offence.”
A man is in Southampton General Hospital with serious head injuries after an accident on the A338 Salisbury Road near Fordingbridge.
Hampshire Police are appealing for witnesses to the accident. They would also like to trace the driver of a black Ford Transit van which failed to stop after the road traffic collision on the A338 near Fryern Court Road.
Road traffic police were called to the scene at 9.20am. A male cyclist suffered serious injuries. The black Ford Transit van was believed to have 2000 - 2003 licence plates, and was last seen driving along the A338 towards Ringwood.
The road is currently closed for further investigations. Anyone with information is asked to telephone the police on 101, quoting Altaris 167, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Hampshire Police have confirmed that a man has died after a chemical incident at Cowes on the Isle of Wight. It happened at a property on St Mary's Road in the town last night.
Hampshire Police have released an e-fit of a teenager they want to trace in connection with an assault which left a 12-year-old boy with serious injuries.
The child was playing football in Riverside Park in Southampton with friends when he was assaulted by a teenager. The 12-year-old was left unconscious, and was later treated in hospital for a broken jaw.
The incident happened at Riverside Park on Manor Farm Road at 8pm on Thursday 7th April. The teenager who attacked the boy is described as white, approximately 15-years-old. He was wearing glasses and had a European accent.
“This young boy was playing with friends, like a lot children in the area do, when he was subjected to an unprovoked attack. We believe there were several witnesses to this incident and we hope some one will recognise this E-fit of the boy we would like to trace.
“Did you witness this incident or have you seen some one matching this description in the Riverside Park area? Please call us on 101 in confidence quoting 44160133027.”
Anyone with information can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously online or by calling 0800 555 111.
Hampshire Police have been granted extra time to continue questioning three men who were arrested in connection with an armed robbery on a jewellery store in Winchester yesterday.
The raid on Justice jewellers on Parchment Street took place just after 9am on Friday 15th April. Several roads were closed off while police carried out their investigation.
Two 21-year-old men from Hertfordshire and a man from London aged 28 were detained on Friday. The three men remain in custody and are being questioned on suspicion of robbery.
A man has been sentenced to four years behind bars after pleading guilty to 18 burglaries and one attempted burglary in the New Forest area.
Anthony Deville, aged 34, from Cheviot Drive in Dibden carried out 18 burglaries - and one attempted burglary. The crimes took place in the Totton, Hythe and Dibden areas between November 2015 and January 2016. He committed the burglaries to fund his drug habit.
Having been initially charged with three burglaries and one attempted burglary, Deville confessed to 15 other burglaries, which were taken into consideration by the judge at Southampton Crown Court.
“This was a complex case that a large team worked on for several months, striving to get justice for the victims.
“We worked closely with the victims through our site ‘Is this Yours?’ which is an online photo bank of recovered property. We reunited 12 burglary victims with property through a number of policing enquiries. Deville assisted police in the recovery of further property by indicating where he had disposed of further items he had stolen.
"This procedure is part of our ‘Clean Slate’ initiative, a chance for criminals to face up to their crimes, prevent re-offending and offer closure to victims.
“These admissions have allowed us to provide closure and support to the victims, knowing that the offender has been brought to justice”.