7:14 pm, Wed 18 Jun 2014
A man has been arrested after British former soldier Brian Mulligan was stabbed to death in the Caribbean, police in Barbados said.
rian Mulligan, 28, was knifed in the chest in the early hours of Sunday following an 'altercation'.
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An unnamed man was held yesterday in relation to the death of the 28-year-old who was knifed in the chest in the early hours of Sunday following an "altercation".
Inspector David Welch with the Royal Barbados Police Force said: "A man is currently in police custody assisting with the investigation in relation to the unnatural death of Brian Mulligan. This man was held on Tuesday June 17, 2014."
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3:45 pm, Tue 17 Jun 2014
A Barbados police spokesman says the force is working hard to solve the case of British former soldier Brian Mulligan who was stabbed to death on Sunday morning.
No one has been arrested yet.
He was in a dispute with a local man, an altercation. He was taken to hospital by responding police officers.
We are working around the clock on this. We are following some leads and we are pretty confident there will be an arrest.
– Inspector David Welch, Royal Barbados Police Force
Read: British man killed on Barbados was former soldier
3:31 pm, Tue 17 Jun 2014
A British man stabbed to death on Barbados has been identified as a former soldier.
Brian Mulligan, 28, died after being knifed in the chest early on Sunday morning.
He is reportedly a father-of-two from London who served in the army for eight years until 2012, including a spell in Iraq.
Read: British man dies after stabbing in Barbados
4:04 am, Mon 16 Jun 2014
The unnamed British man died in St Lawrence Gap, Christ Church, in the southwest of the country.
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A British man has died in Barbados after being stabbed in the chest early on Sunday morning,
Barbados Today reported.
The man, who has not been named, was reportedly involved in an altercation with a local man in in St Lawrence Gap, Christ Church, in the southwest of the country.
He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Bridgetown, where he died from his injuries, police officers told the newspaper.
A spokesman for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said: "We are aware of the death of a British national in Barbados on June 15.
"We are providing consular assistance to the family at this sad time."