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West Mids PC dies after street attack.

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PC Chris Findley dies after attack outside Divine Bar


A 33-year-old police constable has died after being punched during a fight outside a Wolverhampton nightclub.

Chris Findley was off duty when he suffered serious head injuries outside Divine Bar, Darlington Street, at about 04:30 GMT on 28 January.

He was walking past the club when he became involved in a row with a man and women leaving the venue, police said.

Fellow officers described PC Findley, who joined West Midlands Police in 2003, as a "selfless and humble man".

The Sandwell-based PC was in a critical condition following the incident and died shortly before 23:00 GMT on Thursday.

West Midlands Police said PC Findley was left unconscious in the road following a "scuffle".

A man and two women were arrested after the incident and bailed until March as inquiries continue.

A post-mortem examination will be carried out in due course to determine the exact cause of PC Findley's death.

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