A man who was being questioned on suspicion of murdering a party-goer in Leeds has been released on bail pending further enquiries.
Thirty-year-old Mwila Chitalu died after being assaulted in Hyde Park on Sunday morning.
Mr Chitalu, who lived in the area, is believed to have been at a house party on Ash Grove in the early hours of Sunday when trouble flared.
He was found with fatal head injuries outside Popinas sandwich shop on nearby Brudenell Road at about 8.45am.
A 20-year-old man, from the Wibsey area of Bradford, was arrested on Sunday evening. After more than 24 hours in police custody he was released on bail.
Six other people who were arrested shortly after the incident have been released without charge. Three have been bailed pending further enquiries.
Yesterday local residents said there were regular parties on Ash Grove, which has a mixture of student properties and privately owned houses.
One neighbour, who did not want to be named, received a note through his door to warn him about the party.
The letter said: “It will probably be quite loud and we are doing what we can to keep the noise down.” It said the event was for a “very special occasion”.
The man said: “We don’t get a lot of trouble around here. It can be quite loud, but it’s not a bad area.”
Another resident said house parties regularly attracted people from outside the area.
He said: “As soon as word gets out that there’s a party going on you tend to get a lot of people turning up.”
He said there had been complaints about noise coming from the house before Mr Chitalu’s death.
“It can get quite lively around here, but you don’t get any serious trouble,” he added.
Officers are continuing to appeal for anyone who witnessed the incident to contact them.
Call HMET via the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.