A homicide investigation has been launched after a man was found dead when police have been referred to as to experiences of a labradoodle being snatched in a housebreaking.
Better Manchester Police (GMP) stated officers have been referred to as to an tackle in Ainsworth Highway in Radcliffe, Bury, at round 10.30am on Tuesday to experiences of a housebreaking, with a white labradoodle dog being taken.
Donald “Prentice” Endurance, 45, was declared dead on the scene and a autopsy examination concluded the demise was suspicious.
Three males have been arrested on suspicion of homicide, and two, aged 27 and 41, have since been launched on bail.
Police stated a 39-year-old man stays in police custody.
On Friday, the home remained cordoned off and forensic officers have been coming out and in of the tackle.
The again window of the home was smashed and blue tarpaulin could possibly be seen within the again yard.
A man from a close-by avenue, who didn’t wish to be named, stated: “I used to be popping out of my home within the morning and there have been police all around the street.
“There was a man, about 6ft in a gray jacket, who had been arrested, and a curly dog.
“They have been behind a police van.
“I simply thought there had been a little bit of an argument or one thing however then the following factor there have been forensics in all places so I knew it should be severe.”
One other neighbour stated: “The police have been right here since Tuesday and there’s an officer there 24 hours a day outdoors the home.
“An officer got here on Wednesday and requested me if I knew the man. They got here once more yesterday and that’s after they advised me it was a homicide inquiry.”
Mr Endurance’s family members described him as “a much-loved son, brother and father” who “might be sorely missed by many”.
The dog is at present being seemed after by the related authority, police stated.
Detective Chief Inspector Rachel Smith, of GMP’s Main Incident Group, stated: “First, as a power, we want to cross on our condolences to Donald’s family members at this extraordinarily distressing time. We’re doing all we will to get the solutions they deserve and discover out what has occurred.
“Since we have been made conscious of this incident earlier this week our investigation has been swift and exact, with three arrested due to our inquiries with one on the scene on the time of the suspected housebreaking.
“I want to reassure the native public, as I perceive there might be alarm when discovering out about this, however we’re assured it’s a focused assault.
“We now wish to attraction to the local people for any eyewitness accounts or footage of any exercise that we could possibly hyperlink to this investigation.”
Ms Smith stated police are in search of anybody who knew Mr Endurance, noticed him strolling his labradoodle within the native space or have any information of any exercise at or close to his tackle since Friday August 18.
Anybody with data has been requested to contact GMP’s Main Incident Group on 0161 856 3635 or 101, quoting incident quantity 1139 of twenty-two/08/2023.