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SuffolkNews Podcast: Bury St Edmunds fatal stabbing case sees arrested man released under investigation

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In today's podcast, we have news that a 38-year old man has been released under investigation after being arrested on suspicion of murder.

Following a double stabbing in Bury St Edmunds, the man was arrested shortly after the incident took place in April.

Karl Skoulding, 43, was declared dead shortly after officers arrived to the incident at Hartland Court on Station Hill.

The released man is under investigation pending further inquiries.

Next, police have made significant progress into an unsolved 1999 murder case.

After going missing five days before, Felixstowe teenager Victoria Hall was found in a ditch in Creeting St Peter.

As new information came to the surface Suffolk police officers reopened the investigation in 2019.

They continue to appeal for anyone with information to step forward.

Also, a protest was held over the weekend by Ukrainian refugees in Suffolk.

Angel Hill in Bury St Edmunds saw 100 people come together to mark five months since Russia waged war on Ukraine.

The protest featured homemade placards, flags,traditional attire and Ukrainian folk songs.

Ukrainians are urging the people of Suffolk to not forget about their country's war as media coverage has dwindled.

And finally, a woman has helped the region's clinicians by sharing her experiences of suffering with Long Covid.

Nicola Marsden has helped to shape a new research study by East Suffolk and North Essex Foundation Trust.

After contracting the virus in April 2020, Nicola felt unwell for six months.

The research team have made positive steps towards their understanding of Covid and the study will contribute to the future care of patients.