Four more people have been arrested after a stabbing in the Adelaide CBD on Monday.
It will be alleged that just after 2am on Monday 25 April, police were called to North Terrace after a man was found lying on the road at the intersection of North Terrace and George Street.
When officers arrived they found the man had multiple stab wounds to his chest.
Sadly, the 25-year-old Victorian man died at the scene.
After receiving information later that morning, officers attended Adelaide Airport and arrested four males attempting to travel to Victoria.
A 17-year-old boy from Meadow Heights has been charged with murder, aggravated affray, and travelling under a false name. He did not apply for bail and will appear in the Adelaide Youth Court today (Tuesday 26 April).
An 18-year-old man from Victoria was charged with aggravated affray and travelling under a false name, while a 21-year-old man from Werribee, and a 16-year-old boy from St. Albans, were both charged with aggravated affray.
The two men were refused bail to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court today, while the 16-year-old boy will appear in the Adelaide Youth Court today. (Tuesday 26 April).
Detectives from Eastern District CIB and Forensic Crime Scene Investigators were recalled to the scene and are investigating.
Detectives from Operation Meld are also assisting with the investigations. Police stated that the murder did not appear to be a random incident.