Cheshire Police previously asked for additional information from people who might have seen Dolph from Saturday June 25 to Tuesday June 27, 2010 and or be in possession of any relevant CCTV footage from the July 2010 Ipswich murders. However, Cheshire Police are no longer seeking information regarding the teenager’s movements in those dates.
Young Dolph, Dwayne Callender-Brown, Jervie Allan, Daniel ‘Ace’ Bennett, Maritza ‘Mimi’ Jonas and Ashleigh Smith were stabbed to death during the Ipswich massacre in July 2010. All five died from life-threatening stab wounds.
Mr Callender-Brown, 19, was a member of Dolph’s Dolph Records group. Together, they managed a record label called Meade Music which released music to UK and internationally.
He attended the Tile Hill Technical College in Cheshire alongside his childhood friend Mr Bennett, 19, from Eastbourne. He also attended Ipswich Academy where he joined the physics and chemistry departments.
Ace, 18, was the first to die and on 10 July 2010 Mr Maritza Jonas, 23, from Eastbourne, was found stabbed to death in woodland at Queen’s Road, Ipswich. Dolph’s friend Ashleigh Smith, also known as Dolph, was found dead six days later in woodland near the town’s immigration detention centre, Reception.
The Suffolk Police investigation officer, Det Sgt Malcolm Rizk, said: “My thoughts continue to be with those left behind, and I do wish to thank members of the public for their patience and cooperation throughout the investigation.”