Wigan ‘murder’: Man arrested over death of baby girl who suffered head injuries


A person has been arrested on suspicion of homicide after the loss of life of a toddler in Wigan.

The newborn woman was taken to hospital with head accidents on Thursday afternoon, prompting employees to contact Greater Manchester Police.

The one-year-old acquired pressing medical therapy however died on Friday.

Detectives are questioning a 32-year-old man over the child’s loss of life and forensic groups are looking out a property within the Shevington space of Wigan.

“All homicide investigations are understandably upsetting however when it entails a baby as younger as this it is notably distressing for everybody concerned,” stated Jamie Daniels, the detective chief inspector overseeing the case.

“This tragic case will little doubt have an effect on all those that knew her in addition to the broader group and my coronary heart goes out to those that cherished this little woman.

“We’re presently making an attempt to construct an image of what has occurred within the lead as much as this little woman’s loss of life and the way she has come to maintain her accidents.

“Specifically skilled officers proceed to supply their help to family members at this horrible time.

“Whereas this investigation progresses we might encourage anybody who may need details about this loss of life to please contact us.”

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Anybody with data is urged to contact the police by calling 0161 856 9171 quoting reference quantity 1109 of 28/02/19 or the impartial charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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