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Australia Death of man in west Melbourne suburb Derrimut sparks homicide investigation

04:40  19 november  2020
04:40  19 november  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

Murder mystery as a body is found dead in the middle of the road

  Murder mystery as a body is found dead in the middle of the road Officers were called to Boundary Road in Derrimut, in Melbourne's western suburbs about 6am on Thursday where they found the injured man in the middle of the road.Officers found the injured man when they were called to Boundary Road in Derrimut, in Melbourne's western suburbs, at about 6am on Thursday.

Officers were called to Boundary Road in Derrimut , in Melbourne 's western suburbs about 6am on Thursday where they found the injured man Death comes hours after police called to nearby area of man in middle of road. Investigation into whether man who died is linked to reports from night before.

Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a man found in South Melbourne overnight. The man , who is yet to be identified, was found by a member of the public with multiple wounds outside a building in Dorcas Street at about 9:30pm. Paramedics attempted to save the man but he died at the

Police are investigating after a badly injured man who was found on a main road in a west Melbourne suburb died.

Police were called to East Derrimut Crescent in Derrimut late last night after receiving reports a man was lying in the middle of the street.

When they arrived at the scene the man was gone, but officers found personal items on the road and blood in the surrounding area.

Early this morning a badly injured man was found on Boundary Road.

He was treated by paramedics but died at the scene.

Victoria Police said homicide detectives were investigating.

A special operations unit and forensic police were working at a crime scene at East Derrimut Crescent today.

Police believe the East Derrimut Crescent incident is linked to the man's death on Boundary Road.

The man who died is yet to be identified.

Belgian policeman on trial over Kurdish toddler's death .
A toddler's clothes were hung before the court in the Belgian city of Mons on Monday in protest against what activists say is a "dehumanising" anti-immigration policy that cost a two-year-old her life. Rights activists in Belgium argue that deaths are made more likely by what they see as the "dehumanisation" of refugees and the "criminalisation" of migration.Inside, a police officer went on trial for firing the shot that killed Mawda, one of two dozen Iraqi Kurdish migrants packed into a van in an attempt to reach Britain from France that ended in tragedy in May 2018.

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