Homicide squad detectives are investigating the invention of “probably hazardous” substances on a physique dumped on a avenue.
The invention was made on a residential avenue round 7pm on Thursday in Shevington, a suburb of Wigan, Higher Manchester.
The identification of the lifeless individual and the substance has but to be confirmed by police, Detective Superintendent Alan Clitherow of Greater Manchester Police (GMP) advised reporters at press convention on the scene.
Mr Clitherow mentioned the identification and intercourse of the individual shall be confirmed as soon as a Home Office autopsy is held after the physique, lined by a white and yellow police tent, has been faraway from the scene.
He mentioned: “It’s a difficult set of circumstances, we have now received devoted officers from the Main Incident Workforce, clearly lower than 24 hours into the investigation, so we at the moment are unpicking precisely what has gone on.
“We don’t know what the substance is, we have now performed some preliminary inquiries, we all know it’s low threat, in order I discussed earlier than, anybody straight in touch with the physique ought to search medical recommendation in the event that they really feel unwell however there’s no wider threat to anybody else.”
Mr Clitherow mentioned members of the general public shouldn’t be alarmed in the event that they see officers sporting protecting clothes to take away the physique, saying that is “purely precautionary.”
The physique was discovered on Kilburn Avenue in Shevington, on tough floor between neighbouring homes, which results in a mud observe and open fields.
Police have urged anybody with details about the incident to contact the power. Members of the general public can go info to police through LiveChat or by calling 101 quoting incident quantity 000910 of 25/11/2022.