Two men held over homeless man Lea Williams murder

A second person has been arrested by police investigating the killing of a homeless man near Hove seafront.

A 51-year-old man, from Brighton, was arrested in the city on Thursday, hours after a 44-year-old was also detained.

The body of Lea Williams, 45, was found with severe head and facial injuries near the pitch-and-putt course at Western Esplanade on 11 February.

The two arrested men are being questioned by detectives on suspicion of Mr Williams's murder.

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