Family pay tribute to 'beloved son, brother and uncle' who was victim of Northampton murder

A picture has been released of Daniel as detectives continue the investigation

By Carly Odell
Thursday, 2nd July 2020, 2:51 pm

The family of the Northampton murder victim have paid tribute to their 'beloved son, brother and uncle'.

Daniel Sullivan died after he was stabbed near to the Racecourse at around 10.50am on Tuesday (June 30).Despite the best efforts of paramedics, the stab wound proved to be fatal.

Today (July 2), the family of, Daniel who was 38 and lived in Bailiff Street, have released a picture of him and a tribute.

Daniel Sullivan died as a result of a fatal stab wound on Tuesday (June 30).

The family said: “Daniel was a beloved son, brother and uncle, and will be sadly missed.”

Northamptonshire Police arrested two people in connection with the incident, but they were both later released without charge.

Investigations are ongoing and detectives are appealing for anyone who was in the Racecourse area between 9.30am and 11am on Tuesday.

Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Inspector Pete Long, said: “Our thoughts remain with Daniel’s family who our specialist family liaison officers continue to support as our investigation continues.

“We would still like to speak to anyone who may have witnessed anything out of the ordinary on Tuesday morning near the Racecourse and St George’s Avenue to please contact us, if they haven’t already.

“I am particularly interested to hear from anyone who may have been at the Racecourse between 9.30am and 11am on Tuesday, June 30, and may have seen anything suspicious or of concern. No matter how small – we want to hear from you.”

Anyone who was in the area or has any information that may help should call police on 101.

Alternatively they can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111, if they wish to remain anonymous.

Anyone with dashcam or CCTV footage that they believe may assist the investigation is also asked to send it to police via their web portal.

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