Police launch investigation after man and lady discovered useless in Stoke-on-Trent dwelling | EUROtoday

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Police have launched an investigation after a person and a girl of their 70s have been discovered useless in a house in Stoke-on-Trent.

Staffordshire Police stated officers have been alerted to the invention of two our bodies in a home on the cul-de-sac Catalina Place in Meir Park at 1pm on Saturday.

The man and lady, aged of their 70s, have been each pronounced useless later within the afternoon. Their household have since been knowledgeable.

The drive stated it has launched an investigation into the incident, though it believes there’s presently no wider menace to the neighborhood.

In an announcement issued on Saturday, Staffordshire Police stated: “We are investigating after two people died in Stoke-on-Trent.

“We were called at 1pm this afternoon (Saturday 20 April) to report that the bodies of a man and a woman had been found at a house on Catalina Place, Meir Park.

“The man and woman, aged in their 70s, were both pronounced dead at 2.15pm.

“An investigation is being carried out to establish the circumstances of the incident. At this stage, we are confident there is no wider threat or risk to the community.

“Their family are being supported by specialist officers.”

Anyone with any data is requested to name police on 101, quoting incident 409 of 20 April. Alternatively, they’ll anonymously name Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.