A post-mortem has revealed that a teenager died as a result of four stab wounds in Ipswich this week.

Raymond James Quigley, known as James, died after the stabbing in Westgate Street at about 3.35pm on Tuesday.

The 18-year-old, from Wymondham in Norfolk, was approached by two other males and attacked.

The suspects then headed off in different directions, with one going towards the Cornhill and the other in the direction of Providence Street.

A Home Office post-mortem examination was conducted on Thursday, which concluded that James suffered four stab wounds to the torso and died as a result of these injuries.

Suffolk police has since been working to identify and locate the suspects, with officers conducting numerous enquiries including forensic work, searches and CCTV analysis.