Tragedy day in Leeds where three dead were found in the city

It was a day of tragedy in Leeds on Thursday as three people were found dead in the city.

West Yorkshire Police (WYP) announced today (Friday) that Bradley Wall, 24, was the man who was found dead outside a home on Fairford Street, in the Beeston area of ​​the city, shortly before 2:30pm yesterday. The force confirmed the arrest of two men on suspicion of murder, while the investigation into Bradley’s death continued.

Officers were also called to Kimberley Road in Harhills on Thursday afternoon after the body of a woman was found in some bush next to an Asda supermarket. Her death is currently being treated as unexplained.

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Touq remained in place in the area on Friday and two forensic tents were cut behind the police tape. The force confirmed a third tragic death in Leeds.

Police were called to a house in Mount Tinchell at 9.40 a.m. on Thursday where a man was found injured. Sadly announced his death at the scene. His death is also treated as unexplained.

Commenting on the ongoing investigation into Bradley’s death in Beeston, WYP said: “24-year-old Bradley Wall of Leeds was found dead outside an address in Fairford Avenue, Beeston, after officers were called there at 2.26pm yesterday.



Bradley Wall was found dead outside an address in Beeston
Bradley Wall was found dead outside an address in Beeston

“West Yorkshire Police homicide investigators and the lead investigation team continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding his death. Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are currently in custody.”

The force also issued a statement about the ring at Harhills. A police spokesperson said: “Police continue to carry out investigations into the death of a woman in Leeds. At 3:19pm yesterday, officers were called to Kimberley Road, Harhills, where the woman’s body was found in bushes next to the Leeds border wall. The Asda store.

He added, “The scene still exists and investigations are underway to find out the circumstances of her death, which are currently being treated as unjustified.”



Police continue to guard a cordon of Kimberley Road today (Friday) and the forensic tent is still in place
Police continue to guard a cordon of Kimberley Road today (Friday) and the forensic tent is still in place

Speaking of the death of a man in Tinchell, the force commented: “At 9.40am yesterday, police were called to an address in Tinchell Mount, Leeds, where a man was found with injuries, and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

He added, “Mashhad is still in its place in the title and investigations are underway to find out the circumstances of his death, which are currently being treated as unjustified.”

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