Wythenshawe murder: Teenager charged after 20-year-old stabbed to death in Manchester


A young person has been charged with the murder of a person in Manchester, who’s believed to have been stabbed to demise.

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) stated the 17-year-old boy, who can’t be named for authorized causes, had been charged with homicide and possession of an offensive weapon following the demise of Tyrelle Burke.

Mr Burke was discovered collapsed at a property in Wythenshawe, Manchester, on Friday.

The 20-year-old was found by police on the home on Crossacres Street at about 8.45am.

He was taken to hospital however later died.

A police spokesperson stated {the teenager} had been remanded in custody and was as a consequence of seem at Manchester Magistrates’ Court docket on Monday.

In a press release, Mr Burke’s household stated: “Tyrelle was a humorous, caring son who at all times had time for his household. 

“We’re misplaced for phrases presently and devastated at his demise.”

“We’d like time to grieve and are available to phrases with what has occurred.”

Flowers have reportedly been left on the crime scene in tribute to Mr Burke.

Caitlin Robinson, who attended college with him, advised Manchester Evening News: “He was identified by lots of people. He was essentially the most warm-hearted particular person ever.

“I can communicate for everybody once I say he is likely to be gone, however he’ll by no means be forgotten. It is so unhappy.”

Talking quickly after the homicide investigation was launched, Detective Chief Inspector Carl Jones of GMP’s Main Incident Crew stated: “Our ideas are with the person’s household at this unimaginably troublesome time and we’re dedicated to giving them the solutions they deserve.”  


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