North Yorkshire Police have identified a man who died during an incident in York on Monday evening as Liam Paul Miller, 20, from Terrington, near Malton.
“We are absolutely devastated by Liam’s untimely death. We cannot put into words the shock and disbelief we feel about what has happened. Liam was just 20 years old and had his whole life ahead of him. He had returned home for the summer from Liverpool University where he was studying graphic design and illustration. We will miss him more than words can say.”
Police say the investigation into Liam's death in Hamilton Drive, in Acomb, is ongoing.
“Liam played in a local band called Nocebo and we are seeking to identify his movements over the weekend of 25th, 26th and Monday 27th July. We are keen to speak to anyone who has been with Liam, either in person or in contact through phone or social media.”
Officers confirmed they are treating an attack on a second victim, a man in his 50s, as attempted murder. The second man is believed to have gone to Liam's before being stabbed.
Police say the second man tried to flag down passing motorists for assistance, and are appealing for those motorists to come forward. They say they specifically want to trace a black car and a white saloon.
A 19-year-old male who was arrested at the scene remains in hospital where he is receiving medical treatment. Police say he will be taken into custody for questioning when he is discharged from hospital.
Further showers are likely to continue through the night with perhaps the odd heavier one around.
A cool night with temperatures falling into single figures. Minimum Temperature 7°C.
A campaign has been launched to make the North East the UK's leading cultural capital.
The 'Case for Culture' manifesto outlines the region's cultural vision for the next 15 years. It says investment in culture will benefit people, places and the economy in the North East, helping to build and sustain a better future for the entire region.
The 'Case for Culture' manifesto has been launched by the North East Culture Partnership, which is formed of 12 local authorities alongside arts and cultural organisations, sport and tourism, and businesses and educational organisations.
The partnership aims to spread the benefits of arts, culture and heritage across the region by reaching an extra 500,000 people per year, boosting economic growth and job creation.
It is hoped the campaign will increase access to culture for young people across the North East.
The partnership says they will achieve their aims by increasing the planned funding from £100 million to at least £300 million over the next five years.
Sunny intervals and showers, these mainly through the afternoon when some will become heavy.
Breezy, especially along the coast. Still feeling rather cool, though less so than on Tuesday.
Maximum Temperature 17°C.
Police remain at the scene of a property in York as they continue to investigate the murder of a man who died from stab wounds.
The victim was found with multiple stab wounds at an address on Hamilton Drive in the Acomb area on Monday 27 July. He later died in hospital. Officers are working to establish his identity.
Detectives from North Yorkshire Police are carrying out extensive enquiries to determine the events that led to the man's murder.
A 19-year-old man who was arrested at the scene and sustained a self-inflicted injury during the incident, remains in hospital for treatment. After being discharged from hospital, he will be taken into police custody for questioning.
A 29-year-old man who was injured during the incident, and later discharged from hospital in the early hours of the morning, was not involved in the initial disturbance and was a passer-by who came to the assistance those involved.
Officers are appealing to anyone who was in the area of Hamilton Drive, Acomb last night, and saw or heard the disturbance to contact them.
Witnesses say they were told to stay in their homes after the incident last night.Read the full story ›
Another cool and wet day with further spells of heavy, showery rain, but also with lighter winds than yesterday.
Perhaps some chance of brighter spells later.
Police are warning the public of an increase in phone scams in the North East.
Some fraudsters have even been pretending to be police officers, Last week three men were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit fraud.
They have been released on police bail.