Michael Allen Identified As Victim In Stabbing Attack Cornwall

The victim of a stabbing attack in Cornwall has been identified as Michael Allen, a 35-year-old man. At 3:15 a.m. on Sunday, officers were called to Victoria Square on Castle Canyke Road in response to a report of a significant altercation.

A man named Michael Allen, aged 35 and from Liskeard, has passed away. According to police, there were reports of someone possessing a knife and multiple individuals had sustained stab wounds. A 24-year-old man from Bodmin was apprehended on Sunday on suspicion of murder, attempted murder, and causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

Kelsie Davies, Michale Chandler, and Sheree Robertson have been identified as the fatal crash victims. Information regarding their wiki, bio, age, and family has not been provided.

Michael Allen’s age was reportedly 35.

Today, police were granted an extension by magistrates to continue detaining the suspect in the Cornwall stabbing case.

Tributes for Michael Allen continue to pour in. Seven additional individuals were injured and transported to the hospital. According to police, two individuals are still recovering from surgery in the hospital, while five have been released following the incident.

According to their statement, Mike was a beloved family member who cherished his dogs. The family has requested privacy at this time. A memorial has been set up at Bodmin Rugby Club for individuals to pay their respects to the victim.

Devon and Cornwall Police officers will be available to provide assistance to the local community. Detective Inspector Ilona Rosson of the serious crime investigation unit stated that the investigation is ongoing and they are still seeking the public’s help.

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