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Police have released a photograph of a Middlesbrough father who was killed while out celebrating his son's birth.
Benji Bolsenbroek died in the early hours of Sunday morning, but it is still not clear how he died after post mortem results were inconclusive.
A father from Middlesbrough who was killed while celebrating his son's birth was involved in a "large scale significant disturbance" according to police.
Benji Bolsenbroek died in the early hours of Sunday morning after a night out in Middlesbrough.
Cleveland Police Det Supt Rob Donaghy told a press conference that they did not know what part Mr Bolsenbroek played in the incident but they are not treating his death as murder.
The new father made his way to his mother's house after being assaulted in the Park Hotel on Linthorpe Road.
He was later taken to James Cook hospital, Middlesbrough, where he died.
It is still unclear how he died after post mortem results were inconclusive.
Specialist search teams have been looking for weapons in the area around the Park Hotel.
Detectives are now examining CCTV from inside the hotel and said they are confident of making arrests.
The girlfriend of a man killed while celebrating the birth of his son says she hopes to wake from the worst nightmare of her life.
Benji Bolsenbroek died after a night out in Middlesbrough in the early hours of yesterday.
Police are holding a press conference at 3pm to appeal for information.
The girlfriend of a man killed while celebrating his son's birth has described him as the best dad ever who had so much more to give.
Georgina McGuire took to Facebook last night to post a tribute to Benji Bolsenbroek.
Ms McGuire says she hopes she will soon wake up from the worst nightmare of her life
Benji Bolsenbrook invited his friends to join him celebrating the birth of his son just hours before he died.
Police investigating the death of a father who died while celebrating the birth of his son will hold a press conference later.
Benji Bolsenbroek, 23, is believed to have died after an altercation outside the Park Hotel, on Linthorpe Road, in Middlesbrough in the early hours of Sunday.
Mr Bolsenbroek, whose son Kianey was born less than a week ago, was celebrating with six or seven friends.
Earlier he had posted on his facebook page that he was looking forward to wetting his son's head.
Cleveland Police are expected to give an update at 3pm on the death of a 23-year-old man from Middlesbrough.
Forensic teams cordoned off Linthorpe Road after a man died in James Cook University Hospital on October 6. Police have not revealed the circumstances of his death, but say they are treating it as suspicious.
Forensic teams are examining an area of Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough, after a man aged 23 died in James Cook University Hospital on Sunday. Police have not revealed the circumstances of his death, but said they were treating it as suspicious.
A section of Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough is cordoned off while Cleveland Police officers investigate the death of a 23-year-old man. He died in "suspicious" circumstances in James Cook University Hospital on Sunday morning.
Detectives said they were carrying out inquiries in several locations, including around the Park Hotel.
A man aged 23 has died in what police described as "suspicious" circumstances on Teesside. He was treated at James Cook University Hospital but died just after 1am on Sunday.
Cleveland Police said its officers are carrying out enquiries at a number of locations, including the Park Hotel on Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough.