The second teenager charged with the stabbing of 18-year-old Raymond James Quigley in Ipswich town centre can now be named.

Joshua Howell was charged with murder along with Alfie Hammett, of Larkhill Rise, Rushmere St Andrew, also 18.

Howell, of Wellington Street in Ipswich, was 17 at the time of the incident, but turns 18 today (Sunday, February 19).

Ipswich Star: Emergency services respond to the incident on January 18Emergency services respond to the incident on January 18 (Image: Newsquest)

The law prevents anyone, including journalists and members of the public, naming defendants involved in criminal cases while they are under the age of 18.

Mr Quigley died after after being stabbed in Westgate Street on Tuesday, January 17.

Howell and Hammett were charged with murder and possession of an offensive weapon, a knife, in a public place following the incident.

Ipswich Star: Forensics officers in Westgate Street (Image: Charlotte Bond)Forensics officers in Westgate Street (Image: Charlotte Bond) (Image: Charlotte Bond, Newsquest)

The pair appeared at Ipswich Crown Court on January 25, with Hammett appearing in person and Howell from custody via video link.

No application for bail was made during the hearing, with both teenagers being remanded in custody.

Emergency services were called at 3.35pm to reports that a man had been seriously assaulted in Westgate Street in Ipswich.

Ipswich Star: Raymond James Quigley. (Image: Suffolk Police)Raymond James Quigley. (Image: Suffolk Police) (Image: Suffolk Constabulary)

A large cordon was put in place and the air ambulance was spotted in the area.

A Section 60 order came into force in Ipswich, granting police additional stop and search powers, initially for 24 hours, but this was later extended.

Mr Quigley, from Wymondham, was named as the victim of the attack on January 20.

The following evening, Suffolk Police confirmed two teenagers from the Ipswich area had been arrested, with detectives then granted an extra 36 hours to question the suspects over the stabbing.

A post-mortem examination carried out by a Home Office pathologist revealed Mr Quigley had suffered four stab wounds to his torso.

Both teenagers are set to appear at Ipswich Crown Court for the next hearing on March 15.