Sarah Goldman: Tributes to ‘lovely, bright, intelligent’ 16-year-old found dead inside derelict Salford building


A person arrested after the physique of a 16-year-old woman was discovered in a derelict constructing in Salford has been launched on bail.

The woman found early Monday morning contained in the boarded-up property within the Kersal space has been named as Sarah Goldman, a pupil at King David Excessive Faculty.

In a press release, the varsity paid tribute to {the teenager}. “Sarah was a stunning, vivid, clever and well-mannered pupil and she or he will likely be vastly missed by everybody in school,” it learn.

Greater Manchester Police have been known as at round 9.25am on Monday to experiences that {the teenager} was lacking from her dwelling in Prestwich, Bury. At round 9.45am, officers acquired a second name saying she had been discovered lifeless in an empty constructing simply off Brookside Drive.

She is believed to have been discovered hanged inside by a member of the family, in response to the Manchester Evening News.

In a while Monday, a 41-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of homicide. On Tuesday, a power spokesman stated the person had been launched on bail.

Police stated they have been holding an “open thoughts” concerning the circumstances of the woman’s dying. Larger Manchester Police’s Superintendent Caroline Hemmingway stated: “We’re presently investigating the tragic dying of a 16-year-old woman in Kersal, and it’s our high precedence to seek out out precisely how she died.

“We’ve arrested a person in reference to the woman’s dying nonetheless we’re nonetheless holding an open thoughts and will likely be exploring all avenues.

“The investigation remains to be in its early phases and a scene stays in place within the constructing close to to Brookside Drive.

“We wish to hear type anybody who heard or noticed something uncommon this morning round Brookside Drive to get in contact as quickly as doable. We try to piece collectively this puzzle and assist give the woman’s household the solutions they deserve.”

Anybody with any info is requested to contact police on 0161 856 8172 or 101, or to name Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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