MORE details have been revealed about the boys and men being questioned over the murder of PC Andrew Harper. 

The 10 males – between the ages of 13 and 30 – were arrested within an hour of the Abingdon-based constable being killed on Thursday night and now police have been given more time to question them. 

It has also been revealed that six of the suspects are teenagers. 

Four of them – a 13-year-old, two 16-year-olds and a 30-year-old are from Burghfield Common.

Another 20-year-old is from Burghfield. 

The others are from Berkshire and Hampshire. 

A 24-year-old and a 17-year-old are from Bramley. 

Another 17-year-old is from Aldermarston. 

An 18-year-old is from Mortimer and a 20-year-old is from Reading. 

The 10 are being held by police after newlywed Andrew Harper was killed on August 15, when he was out on a job responding to reports to burglary in the village of Sulhamstead. 

The 28-year-old police constable died from multiple injuries after being dragged under a vehicle and 'struck by a car'.

Yesterday police said investigators had been granted another 24-hours from Sunday night to question the suspects about his death. 

Usually police have the power to hold somebody for up to 24-hours before they have to make a decision and charge them or release them. 

But police can apply to hold somebody for up to 36-hours in total if they are suspected of a serious crime, like murder. 

The force then have to apply to a magistrates court for a further extension, called a warrant for further detention. 

TVP applied to Reading Magistrates' Court for the extension which was granted on Sunday night. 

It now means that the suspects can be held for a total of 96 hours before the suspects – who are being held at different police stations – have to be released or charged. 

A post-mortem showed that PC Harper had died of multiple injuries. 

Family, friends, colleagues and political heads rushed to social media to share their condolences and leave a tribute for the constable. 

The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson said it was a 'powerful reminder of the risk police officers take everyday to keep us safe'. 

Thames Valley Police Federation said he had taken 'the ultimate sacrifice'. 

According to the Daily Mail his family have said 'he is the loveliest person you will ever meet'.

Meanwhile, business owners across Oxfordshire have shown their respects by putting a thin blue ribbon in their windows. 

The Oxford Times:

A blue ribbon on The Dolphin which says 'RIP PC A. Harper'

One, Andy Ledbury from Purely Plants Nursery in Wallingford, said: “It has been such a hit that we have run out (of ribbon) in Wallingford. 

“We think every shop has got them as part of the Wallingford thin blue line of respect and appreciation.” 

Donation pages set up on Just Giving to support the constables bereaved family and widow, broke the £160,000 mark by yesterday afternoon, with donations continuing to pour in.