PICTURES show police and forensic officers at work after a murder investigation was launched after the death of a man who was found with serious injuries at a house in the Brighton Hill area of Basingstoke. 

Officers attended the address in Musgrave Close after being called at 11.14pm on Sunday (May 22).

A man in his 30s was found inside the address. He had sustained significant injuries and was later pronounced dead. His next-of-kin have been informed.

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Detectives are investigating the circumstances of what took place. No arrests have been made at this stage.

Today, some of the residential street remains cordoned off as enquiries continue.

Detective Chief Inspector Justin Dipper said: “We know this incident will be concerning for the local community, and we are working hard to establish the exact circumstances of what took place.

“While our investigation is at an early stage, we do not believe there is any wider risk to the public.

“We need to hear from anyone who has any information about what took place on Sunday night. 

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“Were you in the Musgrave Close area of Brighton Hill late on Sunday night? Did you see or hear anything unusual or concerning?

“Perhaps you were driving in the local area, noticed something unusual and have dashcam footage that could help us?

“If so, please contact us as soon as possible.

“Officers will remain in the area while enquiries are carried out, so if you have any concerns, please speak to them.”

A spokesperson for Hampshire police said: “If you live in the area and have any information or concerns about this incident, do not hesitate to speak with one of our officers if you see them, or give us a call on 101 quoting Operation Carnation.”

Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101 and quote Operation Beckon or the crime reference number 44220203196.

You can also send information online by going to and quoting the same reference number.

Alternatively, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, 100 per cent anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or via their anonymous online form at

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