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Easton murder inquiry: ID of victim released

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A 29-year-old man who died after being stabbed during an incident in Easton earlier this week has been named.

Andre Gayle, 29, from Bristol, died in hospital yesterday following an incident near to Easton Community Centre at about 3.15am on Bank Holiday Monday (31 August).

Acting Det Supt James Riccio, of the Major Crime Investigation Team, said: “Andre’s family are being supported by a specially trained liaison officer and I’d like to again express our condolences to them at this devastating time.

“We’re keeping them informed about the progress of our investigation and we have officers and staff working around-the-clock to find out how and why Andre died.

“Two men, who were arrested on suspicion of murder, remain in custody at this time.

“We’re repeating our appeal for information. For the sake of Andre’s loved ones, please come forward and tell us anything you know, no matter how small.”

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