Dewsbury man who died after being found in street is named

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Police at the scene
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The 32-year-old was found in The Town, Thornhill

A man who died after being found injured in a Dewsbury street has been named by police.

Jonathan Binns, 32, of Ings Crescent, was found in The Town, Thornhill, after West Yorkshire Police were called on Friday.

He was taken to hospital but died as a result of multiple injuries. 

Nine people aged between 16 and 20, all from Dewsbury, have been arrested. All have been released on bail, said the force.

Jonathan's father, David Binns, said: "As a family we are still coming to terms with what has happened to Jonathan.

"He was a much-loved son and dedicated father to his own child. He was also a devoted Leeds United fan."

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