Police have set up two different crime scenes in an Oxfordshire murder investigation following a man’s death.

The incident occurred as police officers attended a home in Mullein Road in Bicester after receiving reports of a man being injured at around 12.21pm on Wednesday, March 13. 

Although the man in his 40s was given emergency treatment by paramedics from South Central Ambulance Service, he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Thames Valley Police’s Major Crime Unit subsequently launched a murder investigation following the death.

Oxford Mail: The other scene at Mullein Road.The other scene at Mullein Road. (Image: Newsquest)

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A woman and a man, both aged in their 20s, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in custody at this time.

Two crime scenes have since been set up by the police and could be seen on Thursday as officers stood guard at each post.

One of these crime scenes was on Mullein Road where a group of residences were being guarded by police officers with a force car and van on site too.

Blue forensics tents had been set up outside the properties’ front doors shortly before 9am.

Oxford Mail: Police officers were at the scenes.Police officers were at the scenes. (Image: Newsquest)

Elsewhere there was also a police scene on the nearby Germander Way where a house could be seen taped off from the public.

A police car was parked outside with two officers present with the house’s lights turned on and the door open.

Two separate blue forensics tents could also be seen within the police cordon with one on the street directly outside the front of the house.

The other tent was blocking the entrance to the property’s garage as cones helped tape off the whole area while officers watched on.

The force has warned both of these scenes are likely to remain closed for some time.

Senior investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Will Crowther, said: “We have launched a murder inquiry following this incident.

Oxford Mail: There was also a Thames Valley Police van present.There was also a Thames Valley Police van present. (Image: Newsquest)

“Our thoughts remain with the family of the man who has died, and we are providing support to them at this extremely difficult time.

“Although we are in the very early stages of our enquiries we have made two arrests. At this time we believe this to be an isolated incident and that the two parties were known to each other.

“We would ask anyone who may have information around the circumstances of this incident to please get in touch with Thames Valley Police, calling 101 quoting reference 43240117688.

“Members of the public are likely to see an increased police presence while we carry out our enquiries, if anyone has any concerns or wishes to raise anything then please do speak to one our uniformed officers.”

The deceased man’s next of kin have been traced and officers are offering them support.