Southend murder: Police continue questioning

Southend Standard: Southend murder: Police continue questioning Southend murder: Police continue questioning

POLICE investigating the murder of Hassan Mohammed Ibrahim are still questioning three people arrested in north London on Wednesday, but have released a further four.

Six men between the ages of 17 and 19 were arrested on Monday, July 7 in connection with the murder of Hassan, 26, of Peckham, south London, in York Road, Southend, on Monday evening.

Two of these men were released yesterday and the remaining four have now been released from police custody with no further action being taken in relation to the murder.

However three of the six have only been released on police bail until Monday, pending further enquiries.

Police made three further arrests in north London on Wednesday, two men aged 19 and 18, plus a boy aged 17, all from north London.

These remain in police custody being questioned by detectives.

 

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2:30pm Fri 11 Jul 14

_Lotus_ says...

Essex Police... Idiots wrote:
I don't like to see a persons freedom taken away from them. Hope these lads get off with it.
Get off with what?

Just wondering if you are reading the same report that everybody else is reading, only your comments and replies seem dumb otherwise.
[quote][p][bold]Essex Police... Idiots[/bold] wrote: I don't like to see a persons freedom taken away from them. Hope these lads get off with it.[/p][/quote]Get off with what? Just wondering if you are reading the same report that everybody else is reading, only your comments and replies seem dumb otherwise. _Lotus_
  • Score: 6

2:56pm Fri 11 Jul 14

dazzyb007 says...

the lads arrested on Monday had no connection with the incident they were arrested for being in the area(popping to the shops) they were held for 52 hours and then released without charge just to justifie that the police had someone in custody. the families were put through incredible worries through the police actions. This should not happen to people going about their buisness just because they are teenagers in the wrong place at the wrong time.
the lads arrested on Monday had no connection with the incident they were arrested for being in the area(popping to the shops) they were held for 52 hours and then released without charge just to justifie that the police had someone in custody. the families were put through incredible worries through the police actions. This should not happen to people going about their buisness just because they are teenagers in the wrong place at the wrong time. dazzyb007
  • Score: -6

5:17pm Fri 11 Jul 14

supermadmax says...

dazzyb007 wrote:
the lads arrested on Monday had no connection with the incident they were arrested for being in the area(popping to the shops) they were held for 52 hours and then released without charge just to justifie that the police had someone in custody. the families were put through incredible worries through the police actions. This should not happen to people going about their buisness just because they are teenagers in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Well said, & I understand that to be fully correct. This is a very common practise across most police forces.
[quote][p][bold]dazzyb007[/bold] wrote: the lads arrested on Monday had no connection with the incident they were arrested for being in the area(popping to the shops) they were held for 52 hours and then released without charge just to justifie that the police had someone in custody. the families were put through incredible worries through the police actions. This should not happen to people going about their buisness just because they are teenagers in the wrong place at the wrong time.[/p][/quote]Well said, & I understand that to be fully correct. This is a very common practise across most police forces. supermadmax
  • Score: -4
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