Man is killed in ‘fight’ at Felixstowe truck fleet: Police arrest four after ‘argue’ at truck stop near jammed commercial shipping port
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Four men have been arrested after the death of a man in a truck parking lot in Felixstowe.
Ambulance services contacted police at 1.50am this morning, Sunday 17 October, saying they had been called to a man in need of urgent medical attention at the Hodgkinson Road truck fleet.
Despite the best efforts of medical personnel, the man was pronounced dead at the scene a short time later.
The cause of death has not been clarified at this time but is being treated as suspicious and four men have been arrested in connection with the incident.
They were all taken to the Martlesham police investigation in Ipswich, where they remain for questioning.
Ambulance services contacted police at 1.50am this morning, Sunday, October 17, saying they had been called to a man in need of urgent medical attention at the Hodgkinson Road truck fleet (pictured).
After the initial police investigation, the officers understand that the deceased had been involved in an altercation in the truck parking lot prior to his death.
Detectives are asking anyone who was in the vicinity of the truck fleet and Dock Gate Two this morning between midnight and 3 a.m. and who saw anything suspicious to contact them.
All motorists who have driven in the area with a dashcam in their vehicle between the above times are asked to review their footage and notify the police of anything that may be of concern, including pedestrians captured in the vicinity of Dock Gate Two.
Anyone with information is requested to contact South CID at Landmark House in Ipswich citing reference: 58036/21.