Pokemon Go fan dies in girlfriend's arms in car park as two men arrested on suspicion of murder
A Pokemon Go fan died in his girlfriend's arms after being allegedly murdered in a car park.
Supermarket worker Carl Gregory, 20, was found with serious injuries outside a retail centre at around 10pm on Tuesday night.
Paramedics declared him dead at the scene in Broadstairs, Kent, and police have launched an investigation.
Two men aged 20 and 27 have been arrested on suspicion of murder.
According to his Facebook profile, Carl was a keen Pokemon Go and had been regularly posting his scores in recent months.
SWNS MEN Carl and his girlfriend Chloe Lemare, 19, were also both part of a group... read more
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