Benji Bolsenbroek funeral set two months after death

Benji Bolsenbroek Benji Bolsenbroek had been on a night out to celebrate the birth of his son

The funeral of a man who died after a night out to celebrate the birth of his son is to take place more than two months after his death.

Benji Bolsenbroek, 23, was fatally injured during a disturbance at the Park Hotel pub in Middlesbrough in October.

His funeral will take place on December 20 in the town.

Cleveland Police said 14 people remained on bail in connection with Mr Bolsenbroek's death.

It is still being treated as "unexplained".

Detectives identified 62 people who were in the pub at the time of the "large-scale" fight.

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