Cambridge stab victim named as Miciajah Brown by police

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A man who died from multiple stab wounds at an address in Cambridge has been named by police.

Emergency crews called to a disturbance at Hanover Court at 06:25 GMT on Saturday found the body of Miciajah Brown, 26.

Two other men, 20 and 29, were injured and remain in Addenbrooke's Hospital in a stable condition, Cambridgeshire Police said.

A 22-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released on bail.

A post-mortem examination on Sunday confirmed Mr Brown died from multiple stab wounds, one of which severed his femoral artery.

Detectives said they believed the death was linked to a disturbance in Market Square at about 05:00 GMT on Saturday and a further incident in Ditton Walk on the same day.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.

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