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Suspicious device in Devon 'not viable' say police

Tudor Road in Newton Abbot was cordoned off earlier today. Credit: ITV News

A suspicious device found at a property in Newton Abbot was 'not viable' say police.

Counter-terrorism officers and officers from Devon and Cornwall Police and the Metropolitan Police had cordoned off the property earlier as part of an investigation into a separate suspicious item found on the London Underground on Thursday.

The cordon has been lifted and residents from the evacuated properties are returning to their homes. Police are continuing forensic work at the scene.

A 19-year-old man arrested on Friday in London remains in custody.

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Third man arrested in connection with Daniel Young murder

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A third man has been arrested in connection with the murder of Daniel Young from Paignton.

The 30-year-old was on his way to the second day of his new job as a lecturer at Coventry University's London Campus International when he was stabbed in what police describe as "an unprovoked" attack.

A 37-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and taken into custody at a south London police station.

Second person bailed in Daniel Young murder investigation

A 35 year old arrested in connection with the murder of Daniel Young from Paignton has been bailed. Credit: ITV News

A 35 year old arrested in connection with the murder of Daniel Young from Paignton has been bailed.

He is the second man to be arrested and bailed since the murder of the lecturer on his way to work last week.

It was Mr Young's second day in his 'dream job' when he was stabbed just after 8am in Morden, south London last Tuesday (Jan 19).

The 35-year-old man who was arrested on Thursday, 21 January, on suspicion of the murder has been bailed to a date late February pending further enquires.

Earlier a 26-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of wasting police time and then arrested on suspicion of murder. He was subsequently bailed to return to police.

– Scotland Yard spokesman

Police remove fake online fundraising site in memory of stab victim

Daniel Young was stabbed to death on his way to work in London Credit: ITV News

Police have removed a fake online fundraising site for murdered Paignton architect, Daniel Young.

The Go Fund Me page was set up by a user claiming to be a friend of the 30 year old victim and raising money for his funeral. It had attracted donations of around £700.

Fake page set up in memory of Daniel Young Credit: gofundme

Daniel Young was stabbed as he walked through Kendor Gardens in Morden on his way to work. The park is a popular shortcut with commuters heading to the underground and tram stop.

The University lecturer was killed by a single stab wound on what would have been his second day in a new job.

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Police say they understand that anyone who donated to the fundraising site will be refunded.

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Police suspect fundraising page in memory of stab victim is fake

'Most kind hearted and inspirational person you’ve ever met' says friend of Daniel Young

Police are investigating a fundraising page set up in memory of a Paignton man stabbed to death in London.

Daniel Young was on his way to work when he was attacked on Tuesday. Police say they suspect the page, which claims to be raising money for the 30-year-old's family is fake.

Two men have been arrested in connection with his death..

Second man arrested for Daniel Young stabbing

Daniel Young was stabbed to death on his way to work in London Credit: ITV West Country

"Detectives have also arrested a second man in connection with the investigation.

"The 35-year-old man was arrested on Thursday, 21 January on suspicion of murder. He was taken to a south London police station where he remains in custody.

– Scotland Yard

A 26-year-old man arrested on suspicion of wasting police time and subsequently arrested on suspicion of murder was bailed by police last night.

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