More arrests have been made after a man in Aylesbury was allegedly murdered at the end of October.

Amir Shafique died of his injuries on October 28 after a ‘large fight’ happened in Lembrook Walk in the town, which is next to the Edinburgh Playing Fields.

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Two men were taken to the hospital following the fight where Mr Shafique died of his injuries.

Following his death, two people have been charged with murder and have been remanded in custody.

Seven other men have been arrested in connection with the investigation and remain on conditional police bail at this time.

And in the afternoon of Wednesday, November 11, Thames Valley Police confirmed that they made six overnight arrests, with six men being in police custody and are currently being questioned on suspicion of murder.

Senior Investigating Officer Detective Chief Inspector, Andy Shearwood of Thames Valley Police’s Major Crime Unit, said: “This continues to be a fast-moving and very complex investigation, and we have made the further arrests overnight in connection with Mr Shaffique’s death.

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“Our investigation continues at pace and I would like to thank the community for their support of this investigation thus far.

“I would like to ask the local community not to speculate, but if anybody has any information and have not yet contacted police, please do so by calling 101, quoting reference number 43200348281, or make a report online.