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Weekly Edition - Published  14 June 2016


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Anfield man arrested on suspicion of double murder

MERSEYSIDE Police have confirmed that enquiries are continuing to formally identify 2 women who have been found dead at a house in Cathedral Road, Anfield, Liverpool, on 13 June 2016. Although formal identification of the bodies is yet to take place, the occupants' next of kin have been informed and specially trained detectives are providing the family with support at this difficult time. A 42 year old man, from Anfield remains in custody where he is being interviewed by detectives from Liverpool CID on suspicion of murder. He was arrested shortly before 11am, in Liverpool, on 13 June 2016. Home Office post mortem examinations will be carried out in the coming days to establish a cause of death for both women. Officers had been deployed to the house, in Cathedral Road, at 9.50am, after Merseyside Police received a call from someone concerned for the wellbeing of the 2 women living in the house. On arrival patrols forced entry and found both women deceased having been assaulted. A dog was also found dead inside the property. Detectives are initially treating the incident as domestic related, but extensive enquiries remain on going to establish the full circumstances of what happened. Anyone with information which could help the Police investigation is asked to call Liverpool CID on:- 0151 777 4027 or Crimestoppers anonymously on:- 0800 555 111.


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