On Monday 24th August 2015 Deputy LPA Commander for Wycombe, Chief Inspector Rebecca Mears, visited the town centre to speak to residents following the death of a man in Wycombe town centre.
On Saturday 22nd August 2015 Police officers were called to All Saints Church in Church Street at approximately 8.50pm following reports that a man had been stabbed.
The ambulance service also attended and the victim, who is yet to be formally identified but is thought to be aged in his twenties, was declared deceased at the scene.
Four people have been arrested in connection with the incident and are currently in police custody. They are a 36 year old woman and a 30 year old man, both from Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, and two 37 year old men from Ealing, London.
Church Street was still closed on Monday 24th August 2015 while police officers carried out their investigation.
During her visit Chief Inspector Rebecca Mears thanked members of the public and local businesses for their continued support as investigations continue in the busy shopping area.
*The above video is from the Thames Valley Police You Tube channel.
Deputy Wycombe LPA Commander Chief Inspector Rebecca Mears said: ‘A man very sadly lost his life in High Wycombe on Saturday.
Four people have been arrested and remain in police custody as investigations continue.
We are fortunate that crime is generally low in High Wycombe. An incident such as this is of great shock and sorrow to our community.
We believe the people involved were known to one another and we are treating this as an isolated incident.
I would like to thank the public and businesses for their cooperation and patience as police continue to investigate the tragic death of an individual.
I would also ask that anyone who has any information about what has happened to contact police via the 24-hour 101 number as soon as possible.‘
Thames Valley Police are appealing for anyone with information about the incident that could help with their enquiries to please call the 24 hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101.
If you do not want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.
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