DETECTIVES have been given extra time to quiz two Slough murder suspects.
Thames Valley Police confirmed they have been granted an extension to the amount of time officers have to quiz two 20-year-old men.
The men from Slough were arrested on suspicion of murdering 21-year-old man Kyron Lee in Waterman Court, Cippenham.
The Slough victim was formally identified on Wednesday (October 5).
On Sunday, the police said officers officers were called to Waterman Court at around 8.50pm that evening. A man was involved in a crash on his bicycle with a car, believed to be a black Volkswagen Golf in Earls Lane.
After the crash, four offenders exited the Golf and chased the victim into Waterman Court where he was fatally attacked. The offenders then left the scene in the black VW Golf.
Officers have made four arrests in connection.
A 27-year-old man from Slough have been released on police bail, and the 26-year-old man has been released with no further action.
Senior investigating officer Detective Inspector Mike Roddy of Thames Valley Police’s Major Crime Unit, said: “Our enquiries continue following the tragic death of Mr Lee.
“We continue to support Mr Lee’s family and our thoughts remain with them at this difficult time.
“We are still conducting a number of enquiries but are still appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to please come forward.
“Our investigation has found that the VW Golf was abandoned in Stour Close, Slough shortly after the incident.
“We would ask anyone who lives in Stour Close or the surrounding streets, who saw anything suspicious, or may have CCTV of anything suspicious, shortly after 8.50pm on Sunday to please come forward.”
“Additionally if you were driving around at around that time in that area we would ask you to check your dash-cam footage and please get in touch if it shows the black VW Golf travelling in that area.
“If you have information and have not yet contacted us please do. If you have information you can provide it through our online portal, or by calling 101 quoting reference 43220442477.
“If you have information but do not wish to speak to the police you can contact the independent Charity Crimestoppers. You will remain 100% anonymous and can contact them by calling 0800 555 111 or on their online pages.