Man arrested over death of former Market Harborough bouncer
Police have arrested a 39-year-old man in connection with the murder of a former Market Harborough bouncer.
David Ross, 39, died following an assault last year.
The doorman's body was discovered at the Village Express Hotel, in Corby, on December 17.
Northamptonshire Police said a post-mortem examination confirmed Mr Ross died from head injuries following the assault.
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Mr Ross, also known as Les, once worked as a doorman at Harborough's Enigma nightclub, in Coventry Road.
Officers arrested a suspect in Corby on Wednesday and interviewed him at Corby police station. He has been released on bail to return to the station in three months time.
It came after members of the East Midlands Special Operations Unit carried out a number of search warrants at addresses in Corby and Market Harborough on Tuesday.
Detective Chief Inspector Martin Kinchin said: "The searches and the arrest are among a number of active lines of inquiry. We are still particularly interested to speak to anybody who was in contact with Les during 2012.
"We need those people to come forward so we can build a picture of David Ross's life."