Police looking for Keano Byrne, who has been missing for two weeks, found a body in a park as part of their muɼder investigation.
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said that the 26-year-old was last seen walking with another man in Stockport the day before he was reported missing.
At 12:10 BST, police found a body in the water near Reddish Vale Country Park. Two men, ages 26 and 30, who had been arrested before have been let go while an investigation is done.
Det Ch Insp Liz Hopkinson said that a formal identification was going to happen and that Mr. Byrne’s disappearance was being treated as a muɼder “following information revealed during the investigation”.
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Mr. Byrne, who is from Gorton, was last seen early on March 26 when he and another man left Northumberland Road in Brinnington and walked toward Reddish Vale.
Det Ch Insp Hopkinson said (as reported by BBC) –
“Clearly this is an upsetting time for Keano’s family and they are being kept informed of the ongoing investigation as well as being supported by specialist officers.”
She asked anyone who was in Reddish Vale between 3:30 and 6:30 BST on March 26 or who saw Mr. Byrne after he went missing to call the police.
“We are looking for CCTV, dashcam footage, images, or any accounts of suspicious behaviour around that date as this will bring us one step closer to finding out what happened to Keano and help us understand the full circumstances.”
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