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Car park death treated as murder

Police officer outside the Elm Tree pub
Police want to talk to people who were drinking in the Elm Tree

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after an incident in a pub car park in Bishopsworth, Bristol.

Avon and Somerset Police said a local 19-year-old man "was in collision with a Ford Fiesta" in the Elm Tree pub car park on Highridge Road.

He died in the Bristol Royal Infirmary of serious multiple injuries later on Wednesday evening.

The two men arrested are in their early 20s and from south Bristol. Police are now appealing for witnesses.

They particularly want to talk to anyone drinking in the Elm Tree.




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