Thurston boy Ben Wragge, 13, suffered fatal air pellet wound

The scene where Ben Wragge was fatally injured
Image caption A post-mortem examination revealed a single wound caused by an air pellet caused Ben Wragge's death

A 13-year-old boy died after he was fatally injured by an airgun pellet, police have confirmed.

Ben Wragge, of Thurston, Suffolk, was fatally wounded at a property on Sunday afternoon.

He died later at West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds. A post-mortem examination showed he died from a single wound caused by an air pellet.

Two teenagers arrested on suspicion of manslaughter were released on police bail until 16 June.

Police said they were continuing to investigate the circumstances of the incident.

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