DETECTIVES investigating the murder of a Coventry father-of-three have today (Thurs 5 May) identified two key suspects they’re hunting in connection with his death.
Darren Dalton (31) and 36-year-old Joseph Bourne are wanted in connection with the fatal stabbing of Harold Barnes in Wood End, Coventry, on April 20.
The 48-year-old made an emergency 999 call just before midnight from outside an address in Hillmorton Road having suffered a stab wound to the chest. He later died in hospital.
West Midlands Police Detective Chief Inspector Steven Reed is leading the enquiry and believes the two suspects – who are from the local area – are being harboured by associates in the city.
He said: “We have a dedicated team of police officers working around the clock in a bid to apprehend Mr Barnes’ killers. They have already made several arrests in connection with the incident and searched more than 70 premises across Coventry.
“All the evidence points to these two suspects...
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