Police are still on the scene after a lady, 47, was discovered dead in her flat.
A woman was discovered deceased in a flat, and police are still on the scene.
On Thursday, November 25, about 4.55 p.m., emergency services were dispatched to The Green, near Queens Drive and The Rocket.
When Merseyside Police arrived, they discovered the death of a 47-year-old lady in one of the flats.
A murder investigation has been opened after a 12-year-old girl died from ‘catastrophic injuries.’
At the scene, she was pronounced deceased.
Two males from Stoneycroft, aged 21 and 57, and another from Norris Green, aged 46, were arrested on suspicion of murder and sent to police stations for questioning.
Initial investigations are ongoing, and detectives are considering the occurrence as unexplained at this time.
The event drew ten police cars, four forensics vans, a police dogs unit, and North West Ambulance Service last night.
Police were still on the site today, and a cordon was still in place around the flats where the incident occurred.
Multiple officers and a police truck are seen guarding the cordon in photos taken at the area.
Merseyside Police previously issued the following statement: “We can report that three men have been arrested after a woman’s body was discovered at a residence in Stoneycroft this afternoon, November 25.
“Emergency services were dispatched to The Green at 4.55 p.m. after reports of a woman, 47 years old, being discovered at a residence.
“She was tragically proclaimed dead on the spot.
“Initial investigations are proceeding at the scene, and investigators are considering the occurrence as unexplained at this time.
“Three men, two of Stoneycroft’s age 21 and 57, and one of Norris Green’s age 46, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and sent to police stations for questioning.”
Anyone with information should call @MerPolCC or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, quoting case number 0647 from November 25.
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