Investigations continue after man dies from serious head injuries in Hunstanton
An investigation has been launched in Hunstanton following the death of a man found in the street with serious head injuries.
Police were called to Waveney Road at about 3.45am yesterday (Friday) and the man, believed to be a 41-year-old local resident, was taken to the King's Lynn Queen Elizabeth Hospital in a critical condition.
He died yesterday afternoon and detectives were last night questioning a 37-year-old arrested in relation to the death, currently being treated as 'unexplained.'
Officers are trying to establish how the man was hurt and a large stretch of the residential road, near Waveney Close, was cordoned off for most of yesterday while forensic examinations were carried out.
A team of forensic officers conducted a close search of the ground, including looking under cars, and several areas of the pavement were covered with grey plastic sheeting, possibly to protect evidence from the rain.
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Residents have spoken of their shock over events, which have seen a usually quiet road transformed into a potential crime scene.
One neighbour, who did not want to be named, said it was all anyone could talk about.
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'It's a very odd thing to wake up to in the morning,' he said. 'I'm shocked that something like this could happen here.
'It is very quiet down here as a rule. If it is who I think it is, I knew of him and his family.'
A post mortem examination is due to be carried out shortly.
Anyone with information is asked to call Norfolk Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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