A British man is currently in police custody in Spain after being arrested on suspicion of killing his 69-year-old father at a campsite.
The incident took place on Friday at around 1.45 in a camping site in L'Estartit when the arrested man is believed to have attacked his father.
The victim was taken by emergency services to hospital to be attended for the wounds he suffered, while local police in Torroella de Montgri arrested the alleged perpetrator for domestic violence.
The victim died on Friday and investigators from the Mossos d'Esquadra (Catalan regional police) took on the case.
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