Three arrested on suspicion of murder in March after ‘sudden death’ of man in Creek Road

PUBLISHED: 12:00 19 April 2018 | UPDATED: 12:00 19 April 2018

Three arrested on suspicion of murder in March after ‘sudden death’ in Creek Road. PHOTO: Harry Rutter

Three arrested on suspicion of murder in March after ‘sudden death’ in Creek Road. PHOTO: Harry Rutter

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Three people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after the body of a man was discovered in March.

Dozens of police cordoned off the scene on the morning of the incident.Dozens of police cordoned off the scene on the morning of the incident.

Two men, aged 35 and 53, and a women aged 42, are currently in police custody.

A March woman who lives nearby said: “There’s always lots of noise going on there.

“The police came at 10pm last night (April 17).”

A police spokesman said: “Officers are currently dealing with the sudden death of a man in Creek Road, March.

“At this time the death is being treated as unexplained, pending forensic testing.

“Three people, two men aged 35 and 53, and a woman aged 42, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are currently in police custody.”

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Three arrested on suspicion of murder in March after ‘sudden death’ in Creek Road. PHOTO: Harry RutterThree arrested on suspicion of murder in March after ‘sudden death’ in Creek Road. PHOTO: Harry Rutter

Three arrested on suspicion of murder in March after ‘sudden death’ in Creek Road. PHOTO: Harry RutterThree arrested on suspicion of murder in March after ‘sudden death’ in Creek Road. PHOTO: Harry Rutter

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