Kent Police have been granted extra time to question a 29-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder in Tonbridge.
Officers were called to Hectorage Road at 7.15pm on Tuesday night. A 54-year-old man was found dead at the scene, along with a 34-year-old man who was taken to hospital with serious injuries. They were believed to have suffered knife wounds.
Detectives say the three men knew each other and officers are not looking for anyone else in connection with the investigation.
A man remains in custody today on suspicion of murder after a double stabbing in Tonbridge, Kent. Andy Dickenson reports.
A 29 year-old man from Tonbridge remains in custody today following an incident in Tonbridge.
At 7:15pm last night police responded to a call for police assistance in Hectorage Road, Tonbridge. Two men, aged 34 and 54 years-old had sustained injuries, believed to be knife wounds.
The 54 year-old man died at the scene. The 34 year-old man was taken to hospital, where he remains with injuries that are not at this stage considered life threatening.
A 29 year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder.
All three men were known to each and officers are not looking for anyone else in connection with the investigation.
Hectorage Road is partially closed as officers remain at the scene today.
Police have arrested a man on suspicion of murder after an incident in Kent.
Officers were called to a property on Hectorage Road in Tonbridge at 7.15pm on Tuesday night. One man had sustained injuries which led to his death, and another was taken to a London hospital with serious injuries.
A third man arrested on suspicion of murder is in police custody. Officers believe the three men knew each other.
An investigation is being carried out by officers from the Serious Crime Directorate.
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Kent Police is concerned for the welfare of a 75-year-old woman missing from her home in Tonbridge.
Ann Barham-Clayton was last seen at her Barden Road home in the early hours of yesterday morning and was reported missing soon afterwards.
Ann is white, around 5ft tall and of slight build. She has long auburn coloured hair, green eyes and wears glasses for reading.
It is believed that Ann is wearing a light blue fleece and possibly grey trousers.
Can you help? Anyone with information should contact Kent Police on 101, giving reference 24-0353.
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