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BREAKING Dunkirk 'murder': Four arrested after man found dead at caravan site; The man suffered a serious chest wound and was pronounced dead at the caravan site at Dunkirk, near Canterbury, Kent.

Byline: Chris kitching

A murder investigation has been launched after a man aged in his 20s died at a caravan site.

Officers were called to the site at Gate Hill in Dunkirk, near Canterbury in Kent, just after 7pm on Sunday night.

They found the man who had suffered a serious chest wound, and he was pronounced dead at the scene, the force said.

Police arrested four men at the caravan site on suspicion of murder.

Three of the men are in their 30s and one is in his 20s, said police.

All four men remain in custody as detectives continue to carry out enquiries.

A Kent Police spokesperson said in a statement: "Four men have been arrested following a suspected murder in Dunkirk, near Canterbury.

"Kent Police was called to a caravan site in Gate Hill at around 7.05pm on Sunday 7 April 2019.

"On arrival a man in his 20s was found with a serious chest injury and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

"Four men were arrested at the site on suspicion of murder.

"Three are aged in their 30s and the fourth is in his 20s.

"They all remain in custody as enquiries continue."

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Date:Apr 8, 2019
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