Paul Marsh Found of Stab Injury- Wigan police quiz schoolboy
Tragic Stabbing Incident Claims the Life of Paul Marsh: Police Investigate, Schoolboy Questioned
Explore the details surrounding the fatal stabbing of Paul Marsh in Atherton. Police are questioning a 16-year-old boy in connection with the incident. The victim’s family requests privacy as authorities seek information from the public through CCTV footage.
The community of Atherton is reeling from a tragic incident that unfolded on Friday, November 17, when police received reports of a man unconscious at a Samuel Street home. Upon arriving at the scene, officers discovered Paul Marsh with apparent stab wounds. Despite efforts to save him, Paul succumbed to his injuries.
In a statement released by his family, Paul Marsh is remembered as a beloved son, brother, partner, and father. The family expressed their disbelief at his violent and tragic death, highlighting his humor, loyalty, and joy. They request privacy during this difficult time and express that Paul will not be forgotten.
A man initially apprehended at the scene for murder was later released without further action. However, a 16-year-old boy was detained for murder on Sunday, November 19, and is currently being questioned by the police. The investigation is ongoing, and authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward.
Chief Inspector Neil Higginson assured the community that the investigative team is committed to finding answers and determining what happened in this unfortunate incident. He emphasized the additional resources deployed to apprehend the perpetrator and encouraged anyone with relevant footage, including CCTV, smartphone, Ring doorbell, or dashcam footage, to contact the police.
Concerned about the community’s well-being, Chief Inspector Higginson reassured the public that the police are dedicated to solving the case and finding the individual responsible for the stabbing. The investigation is actively seeking information, and anyone with knowledge about the event is urged to contact the authorities by calling 101 and quoting incident number 2727 of 17/11/2023.
For those who wish to remain anonymous, the nonprofit charity Crimestoppers accepts confidential reports at 0800 555111. As the community mourns the loss of Paul Marsh, the police are determined to bring justice to the grieving family and the wider Atherton community.